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1959 



foreword 



While editing the 1959 CLIPPER, we have been conscious of the 
construction in progress on the Salem campus, where a modern func- 
tional building is assuming shape. A building, however, means little of 
itself; it is what goes on inside that counts. The process of education 
that has gone on during our four college years has fitted us well for 
the profession of teaching. Our Consultants, able and experienced are 
the faculty; we, the Decorators, are those who have been cultivating 
our talents, ornamenting the bare structure with the learning and grace 
of culture; the underclassmen are our Contemporaries who will reap 
the benefits of expansion; the pleasant and varied activities and associ- 
ations of our college life are surely Accessories that add the final touches. 

All ornamentation has come out of the nature of the materials 
with which we have worked. Only as a feature or any part becomes an 
harmonious element in the harmonious whole does it arrive at the state 
of effectiveness. Any decoration must be part of the consultants' design 
in both concept and execution. We have attempted to depict our pro- 
gress in this book, and we dare to hope that we have achieved some 
measure of success. 

THE EDITORS 



♦ 



Dedication 



It is with sincere appreciation that we dedicate the 
1959 CLIPPER to DR. HELEN J. KEILY, Dean of 
Studies. During our years at Salem we have come 
to know her and to value her warm interest in us 
and her enthusiastic service to our college. 



Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm " 



President's Message 



It is a pleasure for me to write a message for the 1959 Clipper. 
Your class is unique in the history of the college, for it is in your gradu- 
ation year that the second era of expansion takes place. The first expan- 
sion was in 1896 when the college moved from Broad and Summer 
Streets to the present site. 

I trust that you will ever bear in mind that it is not a shiny exterior 
or new buildings that insure the worth of any institution of learning. 
The value of the college is insured by the loyalty and sincerity of its 
sons and daughters. 

According to Aristotle, the prime object of education is the good 
life. A good life is one filled with good actions. This theory finds ex- 
pression in the Massachusetts Constitution: "It shall be the duty of 
legislatures and magistrates in all future periods of the Commonwealth 
to cherish the interests of literature and the sciences and all seminaries 
of them, especially the University at Cambridge, public schools and the 
grammar schools in the towns, to encourage private societies and public 
institutions of education." 

The great satisfaction of giving to others the view of Man's know- 
ledge is to be yours. The key to the future of education lies in the 
performance of teachers. It is not in buildings, in equipment, or in 
salary schedules but in the character and teaching performance of its 
students that education will hold its place in America's future. 

It is for you and from you that we have great expectations. In 
behalf of the college staff, may I wish for each of you all the good 
things that will come to you from your profession. 

Sincerely yours, 



CLIPPER STAFF 





Barbara E. Damon 
Editor-in-Chief 

Eileen Malsberg 
Assistant Editor 

Adviser 

Miss Burnham 
Business and Literary 

Mr. Panosian 
Art 



*7AJe cannot looL around ns witlto 
Leincj strncL by the surprising varie 

and multiplicity of the sources ^ 

beauty and creation. " 




Consultants 





DR. MACKEY 



MR. LUSTRI 



Faculty 

Business Education 
Department 




MR. JEFFERY, Chairman 




MR. XANTHAKY MISS MARSHALL 



Joseph Giunta 
Roger Hardy 
Bruce F. Jei fery 
Marion S. Marshall 
Janet Smith 
Joseph A. Sullivan 
Beatrice Witham 
Nicholas Xanthaky 




MR. SULLIVAN 




MR. GIUNTA 



Social Science 
Department 




Lorraine M. Coffey 
Dr. Margaret W. Dower 
Charles F. Kiefer, Jr. 
Dr. Edna M. McGlynn 
Dr. Minor H. McLain 
Joseph M. Piemonte 



DR. McGLYNN, Chairman 




MR. KIEFER 



DR. DOWER 



DR. McLAIN 





MR. PIEMONTE 



MISS COFFEY 




MR. D. FRANCIS HARRIGAN, Chairman 



DR. MARY M. JONES, Chairman 





LILLIAN M. HOFF, Chairman 



MR. EDWIN L. FRANCIS, Chairman 




MR. CALLAN, Assistant 



PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT 



Dr. Helen T. Mackey 
Marie Quirk 

Mira Wallace 

Gertruof Williams, R.N. 




Physical Education 
for Women 



MISS WALLACE, Chairman 




MR. LOWREY, Chairvian DR. TWOHIG 



3ltt HJrmnriam 



RICHARD H. ROCKETT 
B.A., M.A., LL.B. 
Parliamentary Law 

Salem Teachers College Faculty 
September, 1938 — April, 1959 

"I have fought the good fight, 
I have finished the course, 
I have held the faith." 





MISS CALLOR 



MISS HEALY 




MISS HUDGINS 



Mann Training School Faculty 

Doris A. Cambridge, Grade Four 
Mary V. Hourihan, Grade Five 
Minerva M. Hudgins, Grade Six 
Miriam E. Linskey, Grades Four and Five 
Agnes C. McCourt, Grade One 
Viola I. Munyan, Home Economics 
William A. Rich, Grade Eight 
V. John Rikkola, Principal 
Esther L. Small, Grade Seven 
Ruth L. Southwick, Grade Three 
Dorothy B. Stanley, Grade Two 
Tauno O. Tamminen, Practical Arts 



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MISS HOURIHAN 



*\Tlte best composition is that wlticlt, 
observing tlte most delicate laws oj 
Itarwtony, so arranges tlte objects tliat 
they by tlteir position tell tit eir own 
story. " 



DAISY CHAIN 




M. Sweeney, E. Deschamps, E. Dowling, J. Dimitri, M. Lemieux, C. Dangora, J. Gove, S. Boardman 
B. Nolan, A. DeMasi, B. Soghigian, L. Tenney, P. Rizzo, S. Raynes 



ELEMENTARY SENIOR I 




ELEMENTARY SENIOR II 




JUNIOR HIGH SENIOR I 




BUSINESS EDUCATION SENIOR I 




BUSINESS EDUCATION SENIOR II 




OFFICERS OF THE SENIOR CLASS 




Jane Doyle, Secretary; Joseph Dalton, President; 
Flora Roberts, Treasurer; Louis D'Ovidio, Vice President. 

SENIOR CLASS ADVISERS 




Dr. Hennessey, Mr. Piemonte, Mr. Hardy 
Miss Wallace, Miss Burnham 



105 TREMONT STREET 
LAWRENCE 
JUNIOR HIGH 
MAY 22 




Book Club 3; Log 1, 2; Columbia Scholastic Press Association Conference 2; 
Sophomore Show; M.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4; Honors Program 4; 
Salutatorian. 




The Mating Game 



English Major . . . Daddy . . . "Did you see 
Paul?" . . . "I'm nervous" . . . "Where is every- 
body?" . . . quiet type . . . proud father . . . 
drummer of the school . . . the eyes have it. 




16 A BEDFORD STREET 
LYNN 
BUSINESS 
JUNE 24 



M.A.A. Basketball 1, 2, 3. 



Wee Gcorgie 



Th; Ambassador . . . "What'll you have?" . . . Cha-cha 
lessons . . . basketball whiz . . . strong and silent . . . 
shorthand complaints . . . "Ell take 100 yet." . . . transfer 
student . . . "Where's that Demo?" 



74 EAST BORDER ROAD 
MALDEN 
ELEMENTARY 
DECEMBER 10 




A.C.E. 2, 3, 4; Freshman Tea; Dance Committee 1, 2; Junior Dance Decora- 
tions Chairman; Junior Prom; Campus Queen Committee 3; Tea and Reception 
Class Day 4; Senior Reception; Sophomore Show; Open Hou:e 4; CLIPPER 
Advertising Co-manager; W.A.A. Swimming 1; Dean's List 3, 4. 



Lady Luxury 



Venus . . . perfect lady ... "I have to work tonight, but 
Ell pick you up later." . . . quietly efficient . . . channel 
swimmer . . . twinkle-toes . . . clothes . . . Florida tan 
. . . . honey hunting. 



moroSo 




7 PLUMER STREET 
EVERETT 
BUSINESS 
FEBRUARY 13 



Book Club 2; Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4; U.B.E.A. 4; Pi Omega Pi 3, 4; Freshman 
Talent Show; Sophomore Show; Junior Prom Invitations Committee; Senior 
Invitations; Laurel and Daisy Chain; Tea and Reception Class Day 4; W.A.A. 
Representative 1; Archery 1; Basketball 1; Field Hockey 2, 3, Honor Team 1; 
Soccer 2; Volleyball 1, 2, 3. 



Tall Men 



Radiant smile . . . pony tail . . . "Winky" . . . Sophomore 
Show beauty queen . . . "Car's still running" . . . What's 
the joke?" . . . "Hey, cats!" . . . "Oh, my heart" . . . 
North Conway . . . Russell's . . . West Point. 




The Skin of Our Teeth 



Bunny . . . "Have you seen Rosemary?" . . . thunder on 
Marsh Road ... "I flunked that!" . . . whist fiend . . . 
"Is it my turn to drive?" . . . first-grade teacher. 




Weather Club 4; Council Dance Committee 2; Social Committee 2; Activities 
Committee 4; M.A.A. Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Football 
1, 2, 3; Swimming 2, 4. 



Hcllzapoppiii' 



Math Major . . . "Brother Andy" . . . patronizes the mead 
hall ... J. Anderson Z. . . . silent laughter . . . "You 
think it ain't" . . . everyone's friend ... "I still like to 
bowl" . . . "Hey, Roland!" 



787 SUMMER STREET 
LYNN 
ELEMENTARY 
AUGUST 20 




Book Club 1; A.C.E. 2; S.N.E.A. 2; S.T.C. Aide 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 3; Move- 
Up Exercises Committee 3; Sophomore Show; W.A.A. Swimming 2. 



Two on the Aisle 



Al . . . engaged freshman ... "I have to take the make- 
up." . . . disappearing riders . . . "Is Adrienne still in 
the nurse's room?" . . . helpful and cooperative . . . fu- 
ture bride. 




274 CHESTNUT STREET 
LYNN 
JUNIOR HIGH 
MARCH 26 



Council Representative 3; M.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4; Honors 
Program 4. 



The Quiet One 



Math Major . . . "Did you hear about the Bruins?" . . . 
witty . . . conservative . . . patronizes the mead hall . . . 
"Hey, Roland!" . . . march music ... "I disagree with 
that." 



7 5 HOBART STREET 
DANVERS 
JUNIOR HIGH 
JANUARY 2 5 




Investiture Committee 4; M.A.A. Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3; Intramural 
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Soccer 1, 2, 3; Dance Committee 3, 4; M.A.A. Sports 
Night 3. 




The Tender Trap 



Social Studies Major . . . Jan and John Jr. 
Big Bopper . . . "What are ya, kiddin' me?" 
Bachelor Party . . . "Jan did a good job on 
map, huh?" . . . "Where's Ger?" 




9 HAYES ROAD 
SALEM 
ELEMENTARY 
JULY 12 



A.C.E. 2, 3, Vice-President 4; Freshman Tea Committee; Dance Committee 
1, 2; Initiation Committee 2; Freshman Talent Show; Sophomore Show; Va- 
riety Show 2; Initiation Banquet Entertainment 1; Brother-Sister Tea Enter- 
tainment 2; Orientation Entertainment 3; Quartet Contest 1, 2; W.A.A. First 
Award; Basketball 2; Volleyball 2; Dean's List 3. 



Gentlemen Prefer Blondes 



Mayo . . . Cape Cod style . . . millions of honeys . . . 
"Phewf!" . . . ivy league "Nice talk" . . . Loungettes . . . 
blonde bombshell . . . "What a toad!" . . . Cragville en- 
thusiast . . . "For heaven's sake!" 



14 KNOX PARK 

EVERETT 
ELEMENTARY 
SEPTEMBER 9 




Earth Science 4; F.T.A. 1; Freshman Tea Committee; Sophomore Dance Com- 
mittee; Junior Prom; Junior Week; Open House 3; Class Day Tea and Recep- 
tion; Move-Up Exercises 4; General Welfare 4; Council Representative 3; 
Sophomore Show; CLIPPER Secretary; W.A.A. Basketball 1; Swimming 1; 
Volleyball 1; Dean's List 4. 



The Dancing Lady 



Greta . . . "You're too much" . . . voice lessons . . . listen, 
I know it's not important!" . . . the shack . . . "Yes" . . . 
what a walk . . . the windowsill . . . Connecticut bound. 




32 GREENLEAF AVENUE 
MEDFORD 
JUNIOR HIGH 
NOVEMBER 25 



M.A.A. Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance Committee 1, 2, 3; Sophomore 
Show Lighting Committee; Junior Prom Committee; Senior Reception Com- 
mittee; Initiation Entertainment 1; Sophomore Show; M.A.A. Intramural 
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Football 1, 2, 3. 



Run Silent, Run Deep 



Social Studies Major . . . "What did you get?" . . . Big 
Three . . . Tufts Library . . . Claude . . . parties . . . 
bowling . . . Dube's . . . Fenwick . . . He's not quiet, he's 
just thinking . . . Football pooler. 



5 WESTERN AVENUE 
LYNN 
ELEMENTARY 
MARCH 25 




Chess Club 1,2; Kappa Delta Phi Chaplain 3; M.A.A. Intramural Basketball 1, 
2, 3, 4; Intramural Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Volleyball 1, 2; Dean's List 4. 



Little Caesar 



Beetle Bailey . . . "The check hasn't come in yet." . . . 
Mouseketeer . . . Peanuts . . . school spirit personified . . . 
"I'm planning to open a dance studio." . . . refreshments 
. . . "Who's going to Lynn?" 




10 WATSON STREET 
SOMERVILLE 
ELEMENTARY 
APRIL 1 



A.C.E. 2, 3, 4; Book Club 1, 2; Glee Club 1; Council Representative 2; Junior 
Prom Queen. 



Bom to Dance 



"You know I don't like short hair" . . . tennis, ice skating 
. . . mirror, mirror on the wall . . . Sherry Biltmore . . . 
"I think I'll go to the nurse's room." 



cJ-eonora i^adtable 






COGSWELL COURT 
ESSEX 
JUNIOR HIGH 
JANUARY 11 



Earth Science Club 4; Weather Club 1, 4; S.N.E.A. 4; Sophomore Show; 
M.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Dean's List 3, 4. 



On the Waterfront 



Social Studies Major . . . "Charlie's got the marks" . . . 
Big Three . . . Berg . . . "Essex, where's that?!" . . . 
bowling . . . The Braves . . . Dube's . . . "Who's worried 
about a job?" 



112 LYNN WAY 

REVERE 
JUNIOR HIGH 
NOVEMBER 2 




Earth Science Club 2, 4; Weather Club 1, 4; S.N.E.A. 4; Sophomore Show; 
M A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Dean's List 3, 4. 



Law tfW Disorder 



Social Studies Major . . . Bsrk . . . "What!?" . . . "Did you 
see the marks?" . . . political critic . . . Big Three . . . 
bowling . . . Wonderland . . . "Is that spelled c-h-e-r-r-i 
p-u-n-g-i?" . . . Dube's . . . Killer Kowalski — great! 



lAJiffiam Bernard 





47 COMMERCIAL STREET 
LYNN 
BUSINESS 
MARCH 24 



Pi Omega Pi 3, 4; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; E.B.T.A. 2, 3, 4; U.B.E.A. 4; Business 
Council Vice-President 3, President 4; Representative 1, 2; Council Nominating 
Committee 1, 2, 3; Talent Show 1, 2, 3; Dean's List 1, 2. 



The Music Man 



Family man . . . barbershop four . . . active man "* 
. . . "This meeting will come to order" . . . 
Everything's fine and dandy . . . Jeannette . . . 
"Oh, those crossed eyes" . . . wine . . . bank 
executive . . . SBEBSQSA. 




^am <jbo(ore5 J3i 



i$azza 



6 HIGH STREET 
SALEM 
ELEMENTARY 
APRIL 8 




Bock Club 2; S.N.E.A. 4; S.T.C. Aide 1, 4, Secretary 2; Freshman Tea Com- 
mittee; Senior Reception Program Committee; Sophomore Show. 



Is Zat So? 



Oh, those pizza parties . . . "Let's cut!" . . . jazz lover 
. . . "You know what I mean." . . . Kay's sidekick ... "I 
can't stand it any longer!" . . . Dick's helper . . . per- 
sonality plus. 




24 WENHAM STREET 
DANVERS 
ELEMENTARY 
SEPTEMBER 22 



Class Secretary 2; Earth Science Club 1; A.C.E. 4; Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; S.T.C. 
Aide 2, 3; Fashion Show Committee 2, 4; Invitation Committee Sophomore 
Dance; Move-Up Exercises Committee 3; Council Dance Committee 3; W.A.A. 
Dance Committee 2, 3, 4; Social Committee 2, 3, 4; Program Committee 2, 3, 
4; Daisy and Laurel Chain Committee 4; Senior Luncheon Committee 4; 
Council Secretary 3; Campus Queen 4; Sophomore Show; Daisy Chain Marshal 
3; W.A.A. First, Second, Third, Fourth Awards; Recording Secretary 4; 
Archery Manager 2; Nominating Committee 4; Basketball Honor Team 2, 3, 4; 
Field Hockey Honor Team 1, 2, 3, 4; Golf 3, 4; Soccer Honor Team 2, 4; 
Swimming 1, Manager 3; Volleyball Honor Team 2, 3, 4; Dean's List 2, 3, 4; 
Honors Program 4. 



0/7? in a Million 



Campus queen . . . co-operation leads to graduation . . . 
the new Mrs. Purcell . . . Sports Illustrated . . . farmer's 
daughter . . . conscientious worker . . . John ... "I have 
to go to a committee meeting." 




Class Secretary 1; A.C.E.; Freshman Tea Committee; Freshman Dance Com- 
mittee Co-Chairman; Sophomore Dance Committee; Junior Week Committee; 
Cap and Gown Committee 4; Class Day Tea and Reception Committee; Pro- 
gram Committee; CLIPPER Hoedown Committee; Initiation Entertainment; 
Sophomore Show; CLIPPER Advertising Co-manager; W.A.A. Basketball 2, 4; 
Field Hockey 2, 3, 4; Soccer 3, 4; Volleyball 3; Dean's List 1, 3, 4. 



All Quiet on the Western Front 



Mother Goose . . . long tresses . . . "I've learned everything 
I know from Jean!" . . . Miss Reformer . . . philosophy 
major . . . "Oh, stop it!" . . . pretty Christmas coat . . . 
Greek dances . . . Florida tan. 




10 HAWKES STREET 
MARBLEHEAD 
BUSINESS 
APRIL 9 



Book Club 1, 2, 3; Art Club 3; U.B.E.A. 4; E.B.T.A. 3, 4; Pi Omega Pi 3, 4; 
S.T.C. Aide 1; Business Council Representative 3; Co-Chairman Business Ban- 
quet 3; Initiation Committee 2; Junior Week; Sophomore Show; W.A.A. 
Swimming 1, 2; Dean's List 4. 



Billion Dollar Baby 



"There's a party at my house" . . . "I'll need help with 
this one." . . . Sophomore speech classes . . . "Oh, Mike!" 
. . . neat . . . Hawaiian model . . . calories . . . down on 
the farm. 



27 SPRUCE STREET 
LYNN 
ELEMENTARY 
MARCH 25 




A.C.E. 1, 3, 4, President 2; S.T.C. Aide 2, 3, 4; Art Club 4; Glee Club 3, 4; 
Choir 3, 4; Cafeteria Associates 3; Freshman Tea Committee; Decoration Com- 
mittees 1, 2, 3 4; Junior Prom; Senior Reception Investiture 4; Fashion Show 
4; CLIPPER Typist 4; Sophomore Show; Variety Show 2, 4; Dean's List 3, 4. 



A Certain Smile 



Speed demon on skis . . . artist of nature , 
so." . . . J.O.W. . . . "Let's take off" . 
. . . "Let's sing" . . . cute little blob. 



"I would say 
night school 




3 3 LAIGHTON STREP'.T 
LYNN 
ELEMENTARY 
FEBRUARY 2 5 



A.C.E. 1; Choir 4; Footlighters 1, 2; Sophomore Show. 



Hit of the Show 



Thespian . . . pantomime girl . . . "I'm so tired lately" 
. . . expressive eyes ... "I have to go to the library." . . . 
Center worker . . . "It must be time to eat." 



114 ALDEN STREET 
MALDEN 
ELEMENTARY 
DECEMBER 15 




Kappa Delta Phi 1, 2; Book Club 1, 2; Earth Science Club 1, 2; Dance Com- 
mittee 2; M.A.A. Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3; Intramural Volleyball 1, 2. 




There Goes My Heart 



Barbara ... "I have a picture of my children.' 
. . . friendly butcher . . . "Where's Bailey?" . . 
professional attitude . . . "I'll do it tomorrow.' 
. . . "I didn't take history sophomore year." 




9 CEDAR VIEW STREET 
SALEM 
JUNIOR HIGH 
AUGUST 4 



Class Treasurer 1; Class Vice President 2, 3; Earth Science Club 3; Circle K 3, 4; 
Kappa Delta Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; Freshman Tea; Freshman Dance Committee; Initia- 
tion Committee 2; Sophomore Show; Junior Week; Junior Prom; Ground 
Breaking 3; President's Committee 4; Dedication, Cornerstone, Finance, Social 
Committees 4; Senior Reception; Investiture Committee 4; Orientation Day 
Committee 3, 4; Open House 3, 4; Council Nominating Committee 1; Council 
Vice President 3, President 4; Commencement Usher 3; New England Teacher 
Preparation Conference 3, 4; New York Conference 1, 3, 4; Massachusetts 
State Teachers College Student Government Conference 3, 4. 



I'd Do It Again 



Social Studies Major . . . captain of the clipper ship . . . 
"Will the person . . . "My car is sick" . . . hum . . . do- 
gooder. . . "Let's matriculate" . . . elevator boy ... "I 
think she likes me." 



54 FORRESTER STREET 
SALEM 
ELEMENTARY 
SEPTEMBER 5 




A.C.E. 4; Glee Club 1, 2; Council Representative 2; Freshman Talent Show; 
Sophomore Show; Orientation Entertainment 3; Quartet Contest 2. 



A Place in the Sun 



"Care - - - I almost do!" . . . Loungettes . . . beautiful 
clothes . . . "That's the spinnaker, not the jib." . . . E.Y.C. 
college weekends ... "I turned over a new leaf." . . . "Did 
you really?" 



urns 




31 CALTHEA STREET 
STONEHAM 
ELEMENTARY 
MARCH 6 



Book Club 3; Chess Club 3; Council Representative 2; Freshman Talent Show; 
Sophomore Show; M.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. 



The Dau u Pcifrol 



Jack Webb of Stoneham . . . "Do you miss me?" . . . 
headline getter ... "I need a new secretary." . . . skunks 
. . . "I have some pictures of my wife and children." 




Pi Omega Pi 3, 4; E.B.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Book Club 2, 3, 4; M.A.A. Intramural 
Basketball 1, 2; Intramural Softball 3, 4; Dean's List 1, 2, 4; Honors Program 4. 



M#« o/ Distinction 



Quiet thinker . . . "What, a fire in my class?" . . . "My 
view on this matter is" . . . party life . . . author of White 
Horse . . . repeated nursery school . . . "What dinner?" 




3 FEDERAL STREET 
NEWBURYPORT 
ELEMENTARY 
APRIL 19 



Book Club 1; Freshman Tea Committee; Sophomore Dance; Junior Week; Class 
Day Tea and Reception; Sophomore Show; W.A.A. First, Second Awards; 
Basketball 2, 3; Field Hockey Flonor Team 3; Soccer Honor Team 3; Volley- 
ball 2, 3. 



Tropic Holiday 



Peg's boarder . . . "I've been working on the railroad." 
. . . Wagon Wheels . . . hick from Newburyport . . . mem- 
ber of the smoker . . . Plum Island . . . sweet and petite 
. . . Florida chauffeur. 



34 DUNLAP STREET 
SALEM 
ELEMENTARY 
JUNE 2 




Earth Science Club 1, 2; S.T.C. Aide 1, 2; Class Day Tea and Reception Com- 
mittee; Senior Reception Committee; Sophomore Show; W.A.A. Volleyball 2; 
Dean's List 4. 



Stnilin' Through 



George . . . "Isn't that funny!" . . . hide-away attic . . . 
W. O. . . . "Honestly" . . . "Want to go to the diner?" 
. . . "I have to meet a friend at four." 




Art Club 1, 2; Book. Club 1, 2, 3; S.N.E.A. 3, 4; Freshman Tea Committee; 
Dance Committee 1, 2, 3; Junior Week Committee; Class Day Tea and Recep- 
tion Committee; Class Day Luncheon Committee Chairman; Fashion Show 
Committee 4; Council Representative 4; Sophomore Show; Variety Show 2, 4; 
W.A.A. Basketball 1, 2; Field Hockey 1, 2; Soccer 1; Swimming 1. 



Shall We Dance? 



English Major . . . explosive . . . Little Iodine . . . "Oh, 
beautiful!" . . . "It's a snap" . . . better never than late 
. . . "I have to go to work" . . . "Frank's picking me up." 



2 BERKSHIRE STREET 
SWAMPSCOTT 
JUNIOR HIGH 
APRIL 27 




S.T.C. Aide 1, 2, 3, 4; Earth Science Club 1, 3, 4, Treasurer 2; S.N.E.A. 3, 4; 
Glee Club 1, 2; Footlighters 1, 2, 3, 4; Freshman Tea; Dance Committee 1, 2, 
3; Initiation Committee 2; Council Representative 1, 4; Junior Week; Se- 
nior Luncheon; Class Day Tea and Reception Committee 4; Sophomore Show; 
Log Council Reporter 2; Alumni Reporter 3, Conference 2; Laurel Chain 3; 
W.A.A. First, Second Awards; Archery 1; Basketball Honor Team 1, 2; Field 
Hockey Honor Team 1, 2; Soccer 1, 2, 3; Swimming 2; Tennis 2, Manager 3; 
Volleyball Honor Team 2. 



Trapeze 



Social Studies Major . . . George . . . "California, here I 
come" . . . "Anyone want to pay dues?" . . . Willey House 
. . . car with school spirit . . . "I'll sic Duke on you" . . . 
Elsa Maxwell. 



< ljt)onatcl (^Liauedl 




52 LEXINGTON STREET 
EVERETT 
JUNIOR HIGH 
APRIL 16 



Earth Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Circle K 4; M.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Dean's List 2, 4. 



The Rose Tattoo 



Social Studies Major . . . Carol and Jimmy . . . 
typed notes . . . Marco . . . corridor philosopher 
. . . "Seen Frannie?" . . . morning coffee ... his 
briefcase . . . "Want to see some pictures?" . . . 
"Did you see that?" 




(Eileen ^1. (Stand 



16 MAY STREET 
BEVERLY 
ELEMENTARY 
MARCH 1 




Book Club 2; Class Day Tea and Reception Committee; Senior Reception 
Committee; W.A.A. Swimming 2; Volleyball 2. 



The Big City 




Clank . . . "Pick you up at nine." . 
. . . "Em going to Mr. X's class" . . 
"You know I can't attend so early." 



. Cape Cod debut 
5 9's best cook . . . 



1/Uarren cJ^ee C^ti^ord, ^r. 




HARBOR AVENUK 
MARBLEHEAD 

BUSINESS 
NOVEMBER 11 



Book Club 1, 2, 4, President 3; E.B.T.A. 2, 3, 4; U.B.EA. 4; Pi Omega Pi 3, 4; 
Talent Show 1, 2; M.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Dean's List 1, 2. 



Mr. Roberts 



Family man . . . "There will be a meeting of the ^ 
. . . "Barber of Seville" . . . "Wanna ride on my 
scooter?" . . . "My theory is" . . . Atlantic City. 




61 MARLBORO STREET 
CHELSEA 
JUNIOR HIGH 
MARCH 19 




Earth Science Club 1, 4, President 2, 3; Weather Club 4; Camera Club 3; 
S.N.E.A. 3; Program Committee 2, 3, Chairman 4; New England Geographers, 
St. Lawrence Valley Conference 3; Dean's List 2, 3, 4. 



No Time for Sergeants 



Social Studies Major . . . "Sal" . . . "Attention!" . . . 
propaganda . . . Izzy . . . "Our next assembly will be . . ." 
. . . the perfect projectionist . . . The Earth Science Club 
is climbing a mountain. 



avii Coleman 




145 HIGH STREET 
DANVERS 
JUNIOR HIGH 
FEBRUARY 2 



Book Club 3, 4; Log 1, 2; Columbia Scholastic Press Conference 2; M.A.A. 
1,2, 3, 4; Dean's List 4. 




52 5 BAY ROAD 
HAMILTON 

BUSINESS 
OCTOBER 24 




Camera Club 1; Choir 1, 2, 3; Pi Omega Pi 2, 3, 4; Finance Committee 3, 4; 
Freshman Dance Ticket Committee; Council Representative 1, Assistant 
Treasurer 3, Treasurer 4; Sophomore Show; Commencement Usher 3; M.A.A. 
Intramural Baseball 1, 2; Basketball 1; Tennis 2, 3. 



The Littlest On thin 



Always a smile . . . Hockey fan . . . "Co-operative dues, 
please" . . . One-man business department . . . "Tennis, 
anyone?" . . . See you at Lakeside . . . Any gum? . . . 
Connecticut bound. 




10 BENNETT STREET 
WAKEFIELD 
ELEMENTARY 
JUNE 22 



S.T.C. Aide 2; Junior Prom Committee; Class Day Tea and Reception Com- 
mittee; Senior Reception Committee; Investiture Committee 4. 



The Hurricane 



"Mr. Antone, you're reviewing too much." . . . inde- 
pendent ... a hard worker . . . "Let's go to the Paradise 
for coffee." . . . persistent . . . sincere and considerate . . . 
"Have you seen Mary?" 



9 THOMPSON CIRCLE 
LYNN 
JUNIOR HIGH 
JANUARY 18 




Circle K 2, 3, Treasurer 4; Sophomore Show; M.A.A. Publicity Committee 1, 
2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Soccer 3; Dean's 
List 3, 4. 



The Greatest Show on Earth 



Social Studies Major . . . diplomat . . . "Poogie" . . . 
"Don't hesitate to look me up" . . . everybody's buddy 
. . . tireless energy . . . corridor philosopher . . . exercise 
at all costs . . . "Who needs a car." 




2 SUMMIT AVENUE 
SALEM 
JUNIOR HIGH 
AUGUST 17 



Book Club 4; Art Club 1; Circle K 4; M.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4. 



To Each His Own 



Social Studies Major . . . Bernice, Peter and 
David ... "I beg to differ" . . . "About this 
problem" ... A. & P. .. "I just read a book" 
. . . "Methods, — bah!" . . . "Did you hear the 
one about . . .?" 





A.C.E. 4; Council Nominating Committee 1, 2; Program Committee 2, 3; 
Dance Committee 2, 3; Junior Prom Favors Committee; Orientation Enter- 
tainment Committee 3; Council Representative 3; Sophomore Show; Laurel 
Chain; W.A.A. Awards First, Second, Third, Fourth; President 4; Nominating 
Committee 4; Westfield Conference 3; North Adams Conference 4; Basketball 
Honor Team 2, 4, Manager 3; Field Hockey 1, 2, 4, Honor Team 3; Soccer 
2, 3, 4; Volleyball 2, 4, Honor Team 3; Dean's List 2, 3, 4. 



You're a Sweetheart 



Phyllis . . . W.A.A. Queen . . . "Hi, toads!" sports minded 
. . . friendly smile . . . Honeybun . . . Hampton . . . 
efficient . . . "Let's go honey hunting" . . . "There's a 
meeting during the twenty-minute break." 



2)auiJ (^dtvard Courcli 



ene 




26 ORCHARD STREET 
BEVERLY 
BUSINESS 
MARCH 14 



Kappa Delta Phi 1, 2, 3; U.B.E.A. 4; E.B.T.A. 3, 4; M.A.A. Soccer 1. 



A Boy Who Lived Twice 



Summer camp counsellor . . . "Feather in my cap" . . . 
"Pass me my pipe" . . . man of ambition . . . shorthand 
wiz . . . drip dry . . . "Now, girls" . . . "actually." 



71 AVON STREET 
SOMERVILLE 




JUNIOR HIGH 
JULY 21 




Kappa Delta Phi; M.A.A. Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance Committee 1, 2; 
Junior Week Committee; Senior Reception Committee; Initiation Entertain- 
ment 1; Sophomore Show; Commencement Usher 3; M.A.A. Intramural 
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1; Intramural Football 1, 3, 4. 



Tunnel of Love 



Social Studies Major ... his laugh . . . "Fabulous" . . . 
"Want to go out for coffee?" . . . demonstration lesson 
. . . "I'm bringing my girl" . . . "It's a riot" ... "I haven't 
done a thing." 




69 GLEN ROCK AVENUE 
MALDEN 
BUSINESS 
OCTOBER 12 



Pi Omega Pi 3, 4; E.B.T.A. 3, 4; U.B.E.A. 4; Business Council Conference 3, 4; 
Freshman Tea Committee; Sophomore Dance Committee; Junior Week Invita- 
tions Committee; Initiation Committee 2; Council Representative 4; Sophomore 
Show; W.A.A. Soccer 3; Volleyball 3; Honors Program 4; Dean's List 2, 4. 



The Marrying Kind 



Quiet charm . . . partygoer . . . student-teaching woes 
. . . "Marie must be here" . . . ardent card player . . . 
"Have a blast" . . . Hyannis . . . "Tennis, anyone?" . . . 
"What are we going to do tonight?" 



24 BERRY STREET 
DANVERS 
JUNIOR HIGH 
JUNE 17 




Earth Science Club 2, 3, 4; S.N.E.A. 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2; Choir 1, 2; Foot- 
lighters 2; Freshman Tea Committee; Library, Insurance Committees 4; Junior 
Week; Class Day Tea and Reception 4; Class Day Luncheon 4; Cap and Gown 
Committee 4; Council Representative 2, 3; W.A.A. Field Hockey 2; Soccer 2. 



Party Girl 



Social Studies Major . . . late again ... "I have to mak 
up a test" . . . her giggle . . . "Party at my house" . . 
"So who stole my lion?" 




29 BREED STREET 
LYNN 
JUNIOR HIGH 
OCTOBER 28 



Circle K 4; Junior Dance; Junior Week Commirtee; Senior Reception; Senior 
Newsletter; Commencement Usher 3; M.A.A. Intramural Football 2, 3, 4; 
Dean's List 3, 4. 



Marty 



Social Studies Major . . . "You're the only one that knows 
this stuff" . . . Barb . . . "X" . . . "Have much grey 
hair?" . . . "Let's just leave it at that then." 



116 HIGH STREET 
EVERETT 
ELEMENTARY 
MARCH 23 




Book Club 1; Class Day Tea and Reception Committee 4; Invitations Commit- 
tee 4; Sophomore Show; W.A.A. First, Second, Third Awards; Basketball 2; 
Field Hockey 2, 3; Soccer 2; Volleyball 2, 3, 4; Dean's List 4. 



So Red the Rose 



"Have you seen Bunny?" . . . tiny shoes . 
the end of the list" . . . heavy wool socks 
. . . "Gosh, I don't know a thing!" 



"I signed at 
whist fiend 




4 LARCH ROAD 

LYNN 
JUNIOR HIGH 
JUNE 17 



Class President 4; Circle K 3, 4; President's Committee 4; Cornerstone Dedica- 
tion Committee 4; New England Teachers Preparation Association 4; Sopho- 
more Show; Log Sports 2, 3; Commencement Usher 3; M.A.A. Public Relations 
3; Executive Board 3; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Football 2, 3, 4; Soccer 
1, 2, Treasurer 3, 4. 



The Last Hurrah 



Math Major . . . political minded . . . potential lawyer 
. . . protagonist of S. T. C. . . . baseball . . . Mr. President 
. . . "If I am elected . . . Mr. Democrat . . . "Hi, brother 
Herb" . . . general expenses. 




Earth Science Club 1, 3, 4, Secretary 2; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Choir 1, 2, 3; 
S.N.E.A. 3, 4; S.T.C. Aide 1, 2. 3; Initiation Committee 2; Junior Prom Deco- 
rations Committee; Social Committee 4; Art Committee 4; Daisy and Laurel 
Chain Committee 4; Cap and Gown Committee 4; Investiture Committee 4; 
Senior Reception Committee; CLIPPER Hoedown Committee 4; Move-Up 
Exercises Song Leader 2, 3, 4; CLIPPER EDITOR-IN-CHIEF; Compass Asso- 
ciate Editor 4; Laurel Chain; W.A.A. Awards First, Second, Third, Fourth; 
Manager Individual Sports 4; Nominating Committee 4; Basketball Honor 
Team 1, 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey Honor Team 1, 2, 3, 4; Soccer Honor Team 1, 
2, 3, 4; Softball 1, 2, 4, Manager 3; Swimming 1, 2; Volleyball Honor Team 
1, 2, 3, 4; Honors Program 4; Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Million Dollar Mermaid 



"What's the trouble, bubble?" . . . white lines in the 
road . . . Harvard courses ... "I want a private room in 
Connecticut." . . . member of W. O. . . . H-ball-olly. 




247 HIGH STREET 
MEDFORD 
ELEMENTARY 
MARCH 1 



A.C.E. 2, 4, Secretary 3; Alumni Committee 2; Social Committee 3, 4; Public 
Relations Committee 3, Co-Chairman 4; Finance Committee 3, 4; Sophomore 
Ring Committee; Initiation Committee 2; Sophomore Dance Committee; Ju- 
nior Week Committee; Class Day Tea and Reception Committee; Sophomore 
Show; Senicr Fashion Show 2, 3; Daisy Chain; W.A.A. First, Second Awards; 
Junior Representative; Corresponding Secretary 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Field 
Hockey 3; Soccer 2, 4, Honor Team 3; Volleyball 2, 3, 4; Dean's List 4. 



The Matchmaker 



Lovely to look at . . . "I want to go back to the Cape!" 
. . . "Of course" . . . night escapades . . . "Of course I'm 
a member!" . . . honey hunting . . . "How are ya?" 





/ Want to Live 



. . . "I don't worry about anything" 
vit . . . "This is a waste" ... "I have 
n" . . . reserved . . . hard worker. 




43 BONNER AVENUE 
MEDFORD 
BUSINESS 
JUNE 21 



Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, Captain 4; Book Club 1, 2; S.T.C. Aide 1; Pi Omega Pi 
3, 4; E.B.TA. 3, 4, Membership Committee 3, 4; Junior Week; Invitations 4; 
luncheon 4; Laurel Chain 3, Committee 4; General Welfare 4; Freshmen 
Talent Show; Sophomore Show; WAA. First, Second, Third, Fourth Awards; 
Nominating Committee 4; Basketball Honor Team 1, 2, 3; Field Hockey 1, 
Honor Team 2, 3; Soccer 3, Honor Team 1,2; Volleyball 3, Honor Team 1,2; 
Dean's List 2, 3, 4; Honors Program 4. 



A Joy Forever 



Miles of smiles . . . basketball fan . . . "you're kidding" 
. . . "She's too much" . . . "I'll never pass that exam" . . . 
athletically inclined . . . "That's a riot" . . . Cha-Cha . . . 
West Point! . . . Hampton Beach . . . Hyannis . . . Hood's 
. . . No. Conway. 




Book Club 3; S.T.C. Aide 2; Dance Committee 2, 3; Junior Prom Committee; 
Daisy and Laurel Chain Committee 4; Campus Queen 3; Sophomore Show; 
Senior Newsletter; CLIPPER Associate Editor; Daisy Chain; Dean's List 4. 



But Not for Me 



English Major . . . Nettie . . 
Sasha . . . sweeter than sugar 
. . . "C'mon a my house" . . 
those fingernails!" 



. Mayor Hynes did it . . . 
. . . Queen of the campus 
. B. S. Degree! . . . "Oh, 




189 PINE STREET 
DANVERS 
JUNIOR HIGH 
JANUARY 29 



Earth Science Club 1,2; Glee Club 1; Program Committee 2, 3; Social Com- 
mittee 2, 3, Chairman 4; Senior Reception Committee; Class Day Tea and 
Reception Committee; Sophomore Show; Daisy Chain; W.A.A. Sophomore 
Representative; Bridgewater Conference 2; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey 
I, 2, 3; Golf 3, Manager 4; Soccer 2; Swimming 1; Volleyball 2, 4; Dean's 
List 1, 4. 



Designing Woman 



Math Major . . . vivacious . . . golf champ . . . John . . . 
"Huh, hon?" ... "I feel the same way about it" . . . Social 
Committee . . . always with a smile . . . full of vitality 
. . . Ducky. 




Pi Omega Pi 3, 4; E.B.T.A. 3; U.B.E.A. 4; Cheerleader 1, 2, 4, Captain 3; 
Business Council Representative 2; General Welfare Committee 4; Sophomore 
Dance Committee; Invitations Committee 3, 4; Daisy and Laurel Chain Com- 
mittee 4; Class Day Luncheon Committee; Freshman Talent Show; Sophomore 
Show; Daisy Chain 3; W.A.A. First, Second, Third Awards; Basketball 2; 
Field Hockey 1, Honor Team 2, 3; Soccer Honor Team 2; Volleyball 2, 3. 



The Redhead 



Smiling redhead . . . "Brought a friend to school today" 
. . . "Where's Winky?" . . . memoirs of STC . . . graduation 
at last . . . "Let's cut that class" . . . "Oh, I can't bear it" 
. . . "Really!" 



meevi 




MAIN STREET 
WEST BOXFORD 
ELEMENTARY 
JANUARY 7 



A.C.E. 3, 4; Freshman Tea; Freshman Dance; Open House 3, 4; King and 
Queen Committee 3; Favors Committee 3; Orientation Day 2, 4; Class Day Tea 
and Reception Committee; Ivy Exercise Committee; Finance 3, 4; Program 4; 
Public Relations 4; Social 2, 4; Sophomore Show; W.A.A. First Award; Field 
Hockey 3; Soccer Honor Team 3; Dean's List 4. 



The Farmer's Daughter 



The village girl . . . "It's time to smoke." . . . Honeybun 
. . . math elective . . . "I'm from that big city of West 
Boxford." . . . quiet thinker . . . carbonic engineer . . . 
Connecticut bound. 



3 MILL STREET 
HAMILTON 




ELEMENTARY 
FEBRUARY 8 




Chess Club I, 2; Choir 3, President 4; Men's Choir 3, 4; Council Nominating 
Committee 1, 2; Open House 3, 4; Sophomore Show; Talent Show 3, 4; M.A.A. 
Intramural Basketball 1, 2; Intramural Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Volley- 
ball 1, 2; Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4; Honors Program 4. 



Gen tl e ma n 's Ag ree men t 



Great guy . . . Joanne ... "I have something to 
add" . . . Four Fifths . . . singing troubadour . . . 
"I've got the greatest schedule this semester" . . . 
"I spend more time working than in school." 





5 LENOX ROAD 

PEABODY 
JUNIOR HIGH 
JULY 18 



M.A.A. Intramural Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Soccer 1, 2, 3, Captain 4. 



Geisha Boy 



Social Studies Major . . . Nervous Ned . . . "Dirty Pool" 
. . . Irish brogue . . . Pink champagne . . . "Seen Foxey?" 
. . . Gimp . . . "Got a cigarette?" . . . "I've gotta check 
construction" . . . Junior High Associates. 




Class Treasurer 3, Vice-President 4; Kappa Delta Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; Circle K; 
Weather Club 4; Junior Dance Committee; Junior Week Committee; Senior 
Reception Committee; Finance Committee 3, 4; Council Representative 4; 
Senior Neivsletter; Commencement Usher 3; M.A.A. Intramural Football 1, 
2, 3, 4; Soccer 1, 2, 3. 



Romeo and Juliet 



Social Studies Major . . . Mary is a grand old name . . . 
Strum . . . "Lots of luck" . . . "O.K., Charlie?" . . . Veep 
. . . "Jazz, what else?" . . . "Pick you up in my Triumph!" 
. . . Junior High Associates. 




F.B.T.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; U.B.E.A. 4; Cafeteria Associate 1, 2, 3, 4; Tri Mu 1, 2, 
3, 4; Pi Omega Pi 2, 3, 4, Pledging 3, Project 3; Log Business Manager 3, 4, 
Conference 2, 3; Public Relations 2, 3, 4; Social 4; Invitations 4; Junior 
Prom; Cap and Gown 4; Insurance Chairman 3, 4; Daisy and Laurel Chain 
Committee 4; CLIPPER Hoedown 4; Class Day Luncheon; Gift 4; Investiture 
4; Finance 2, 3, 4; Treasurer's Committee 3, 4; Open House 2, 3, 4; Sopho- 
more Show; W.A.A. Awards First, Second, Third, Fourth; Nominating Com- 
mittee 4; Manager of Team Sports 4; Basketball Honor Team 1, 2, 3; Field 
Hockey Honor Team 2, 3, 4; Soccer Honor Team 2, 4, Manager 3; Volleyball 
Honor Team 1, 2, 3; Dean's List 2, 3, 4. 



Miss Innocence 



"I'll get my man" . . . "Champ" . . . one of Bessie's nine 
. . . conferences . . . cafeteria dinners . . . "Hey, youse 
guys" . . . My Wild Irish Rose . . . "Stop, you slob!" . . . 
"Smiley." 



18 LILLIAN ROAD 
MALDEN 
ELEMENTARY 
APRIL 5 




Earth Science Club 1; Freshman Tea Committee; Junior Prom Decorations; 
Senior Reception; Class Day Luncheon 4; Class Day Tea and Reception Com- 
mittee 4; Sophomore Show. 



The Easiest Way 



"There are books in the teacher's library." . . . eyebrow 
trick ... "I have the material, I just haven't the time to 
sew." . . . flirtation . . . geography elective. 




61 WARREN STREET 
PEABODY 
JUNIOR HIGH 
JUNE 6 



Class Secretary 4; Glee Club 1, 2, President 3; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Week 
Committee; Senior Reception Committee; Sophomore Show; Senior Newsletter. 



Home before Dark 



Math Major . . . piano-fingers Doyle . . . "That's a scream" 
. . . family of teachers . . . Danvers . . . not a care in the 
world . . . Martina . . . window shops while driving . . . 
giggles. 




Written on the Wind 



Social Studies Major . . . "Anyone interested in buying a 
sports car?" . . . Semper Fidelis . . . corridor philosopher 
. . . spit shine . . . "A bachelor for ten years??" . . . "I'm 
a Special." 




17 ANDOVER ROAD 
BILLERICA 
JUNIOR HIGH 
AUGUST 16 



Earth Science Club 1; Weather Club 4; Campus Queen Committee 1, 2, 3; 
M.A.A. Sports Night Committee 1; M.A.A. Dance Committee 3; Junior Dance 
Committee; Activities Committee 4; Freshman Show; Sophomore Show 
Choreographer; M.A.A. Badminton 1; Intramural Basketball 1, 2; Swimming 1, 
Track 1; Volleyball 1. 



Im itation to the Dance 



Math Major . . . Dick . . . potential Arthur Murray . . . 
simple machines . . . aesthetic . . . mixed emotions about 
dancing and teaching . . . Lowell's loss is Salem's gain . . . 
Bill's shadow . . . Ricardo Dunstano. 



18 SPRING STREET 
GLOUCESTER 

BUSINESS 
FEBRUARY 2 5 




Pi Omega Pi 4; Book Club 1,3, Vice-President 2; U.B.E.A. 4; M.A.A. Intra- 
mural Softball 3, 4. 



More Them Meets the Eye 



Economics enthusiast . . . shorthand star . . . typical teacher 
. . . Rockport commuter . . . Here come the Celtics . . . 
"I disagree with you" . . . Joyce's sidekick . . . "Let's go 
bowling" . . . "Thanks for the game, men." 




10 BELMONT PLACE 
SOMERVILLE 
JUNIOR HIGH 
DECEMBER 29 



Initiation Committee Chairman 2; Senior Reception Committee; Sophomore 
Show; M.A.A. Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Dean's List 3, 4. 



The Black Orchid 



Math Major . . . lover . . . "You're nice" . . . cars . . . "I'd 
like to take you out" . . . sincere person at heart . . . pro- 
gressive music ... "I wuv you" ... "I can't stay still." 



emmo 



48 ENDICOTT STREET 
SALEM 
ELEMENTARY 
APRIL 30 




Book Club 4; S.N.E.A. 4; S.T.C. Aide 4; Senior Reception Committee; Class 
Day Tea and Reception Committee 4; W.A.A. Basketball 3; Tennis 3. 



Guys and Dolls 



North Adam's loss . . . Hughie . . . Miss Confusion . . . 
"Where's Dolores?" . . . fraternity pin . . . glasses and 
notebook . . . "Oh, you know what I mean." . . . little Kay 
... "I get so embarrassed!" 




446 FERRY STREET 
EVERETT 
ELEMENTARY 
AUGUST 29 



Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Activities Committee 4; Variety Show 4; 
Dean's List 2, 3, 4; Honors Program 4. 



The Wizard of Oz 



Wittiest of the wittiest. . . . "I'm starved!" . . . swan-dive 
skier . . . Chinatown and fried chicken . . . "I'm going 
West." . . . cha, cha, cha . . . contagious cackle . . . crafts- 
man . . . "That one's it." 



^arij ^ane ^J~itzpatriclz 



50 LONDONDERRY ROAD 
MARBLEHEAD 
ELEMENTARY 
APRIL 16 




Book Club 1,2; Junior Prom; Senior Reception; Class Day Tea and Reception 
Committee; Investiture Committee 4; Sophomore Show; Dean's List 4. 



Seventh Heaven 



Fitzie . . . "How do you know what to write?" . . . art 
admirer . . . work on Saturdays . . . Ivy League ... U. of 
Mass. . . . member of the smoker . . . sparkling blue eyes 
. . . history expert. 




136 PLEASANT STREET 
FRANKLIN 
BUSINESS 
NOVEMBER 1 



Tri Mu 2, 3, 4; Pi Omega Pi 3, Recording Secretary 4; E.B.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Earth 
Science Club 3; Compass Associate Editor 3, 4; Commercial Council Repre- 
sentative 4; Banquet Committee 3; Constitution Committee 4; Public Relations 
4; Insurance 3, 4; Dean's List 2, 3; Honors Program 4. 



Maid of the Mountain 



Shy and pleasing . . . one of Bessie's nine . . . little pigeon 
. . . Columbia bound . . . Harry Belafonte . . . "Can I have 
a sip?" . . . merriment reflected in her eyes . . . Evicted 
Club. 



119 PRESIDENT STREET 
LYNN 
BUSINESS 
SEPTEMBER 10 




Book Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Weather Club 4; E.B.T.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; U.B.E.A. 4; Circle 
K 3, 4; Atlantic City Convention 4; M.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Fine and Dandy 



Cool and collected behind the wheel . . . takes everything 
in stride . . . happy-go-lucky ... a go-getter . . . Geo- 
graphy expert . . . hot-rodder . . . going steady. 



oanne f v lane ^jrournier 



3c 




20 SOUTH STREET 
SALEM 
ELEMENTARY 
NOVEMBER 27 



Dramatics Club 1, 3, 4, Corresponding Secretary 2; S.N.E.A. 4; Senior Recep- 
tion Committee; Cap and Gown Committee 4; Class Day Tea and Reception 
Committee; Dean's List 2, 3, 4. 



Call Mc Madam 



Earrings . . . Jo . . . "Let's dance." . . . "what a beaut!" 
two Joannes and Ann ... his "nibs" . . . "I'll never tell" 
. . . Hey, lady . . . serious minded ... "I read it, but — " 



^3. ^Jaube ^J~reedi 



in an 



124 HARVARD STREET 
MALDEN 
ELEMENTARY 
OCTOBER 22 




Book Club 1; A.C.E. 3, Publicity 4; S.T.C. Aide 1, 2; Freshman Tea Com- 
mittee; Dance Committee 1, 2, 3; Initiation Committee 2; Campus Queen 
Committee 3; Junior Prom Decoration Committee; Cap and Gown Committee 
Chairman; Senior Reception Committee Co-Chairman; Class Day Tea and 
Reception Committee; Sophomore Show Music Chairman, Accompanist; Va- 
riety Show 4; Log Reporter 1; W.A.A. Basketball 2; Swimming 2; Dean's List 3. 



Dinner at Eight 



"You'll just love Sidney Hill" . . . card player . . . "I'm 
telling you kids" . . . piano player . . . organization . . . 
hard worker . . . charter member of that special club. 




12 LYNNMERE AVENUE 
LYNN 
ELEMENTARY 
NOVEMBER 13 



A.C.E. 3, 4; S.N.E.A. 1, 2; Freshman Tea; Dance Committee 1, 3; Junior 
Week; Favors Committee; Senior Reception; Sophomore Show; Variety Show 
2, 4; W.A.A. Field Hockey 3; Volleyball 3. 



The Wedding March 



Ray ... "I found my thrill on Blueberry Hill" . . . "Let's 
make a list of our assignments!" . . . terrible problems . . . 
third finger, left hand . . . "How are ya, kids?" 



16 WILLOW AVENUE 
SALEM 
ELEMENTARY 
JULY 30 




A.C.E.; Freshman Tea Committee; Dance Committee 2, 3; Orchestra Com- 
mittee 3; Council Nominating Committee 3; Senior Reception; Class Day Tea 
and Reception; Sophomore Show; Orientation Entertainment 3; W.A.A. Volley- 
hall 4. 



There Goes My Heart 



Larry . . . "Hey, kids, you know what?" . . . "Oh, I'm 
sleepy" . . . Honeybun . . . sparkling third finger . . . 
troubles . . . "Got change for a half?" . . . coke time . . . 
"Can't wait 'til June." 




108 RIVER STREET 
BILLERICA 
BUSINESS 
MARCH 26 



E.B.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Book Club 3, 4; S.N.E.A. 3, President 4; U.B.E.A. 3, Mem- 
bership Chairman 4; Orientation Day Committee 3. 



The French Touch 



Pleasant smile . . . sincere . . . "What he actually means" 
. . . quietly efficient . . . "That was an exhausting test" 
. . . "I'll always remember Salem" . . . silver dollar winner 
. . . Ducks . . . "Help! Police!" . . . Atlantic City. 




Freshman Tea Committee; Freshman Dance Committee; Council Representa- 
tive 1; Sophomore Show; Variety Show 2; Dean's List 4. 





Pride and Prejudice 



Social Studies Major ... "I invest my money" 
. . . "Lottie — Ach du liber" . . . "What do you 
mean I'm wrong?" . . . "Who likes to argue?" 
. . . "4.5, what else?" 




5 CENTER STREET 
PEABODY 
BUSINESS 
SEPTEMBER 18 




Class President 1; Circle K 3, 4; Book Club 1, 2, 3, 4; E.B.T.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Kappa Delta Phi 2, 3, 4; Pi Omega Pi 4; Freshman Dance Committee; Soccer 
Dance Committee Chairman 4; E.B.T.A. Conference 1, 2, 3, 4; Sophomore 
Show; M.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Playboy of the Western World 



Fascinating personality . . . "What's that last answer?" . . . 
first-class mechanic . . . convention supporter . . . "Hey, 
Galarrie!" . . . "Got a filter?" . . . K.K. . . . delight of 
Business I. . . . blue blazer . . . Ask Dan. 




14 SUMMER STREET 
PEABODY 
JUNIOR HIGH 
JANUARY 19 



Kappa Delta Phi 1, 2, 3, Vice-President 4; Earth Science Club 1; Book Club 
3; Sophomore Dance Committee; Ivy Exercises Committee 4; Sophomore Show 
Choreographer; Variety Show 2; Commencement Usher 3; M.A.A. Intramural 
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Dean's List 4. 



Top Hat 



English Major . . . Gibbo . . "Harvest Moon" . . . Kokomo 
. . . Bentley's loss is Salem's gain . . . wedding bells . . . 
beach-party blues . . . Frank Sinatra . . . Storyville . . . 
"Extra! Extra! Read all about it!" 



6 UPLAND AVENUE 
WEBSTER 
BUSINESS 
SEPTEMBER 3 




E.B.T.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Tri Mu 1, 2, 4, President 3; Pi Omega Pi 2, 3, 4, Pledging 
Committee 3, 4, Editorial 3; U.B.E.A. 4; Bookstore Associates 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Business Council Decorations Committee 4; Junior Prom Committee; Public 
Relations 2, 3 4; General Welfare 3; Treasurer's 4; Senior Reception Com- 
mittee; Investiture Committee 4; Open House Committee 2, 3; Brother-Sister 
Tea Committee; Orientation Day Committee 2, 3; Council Nominating Com- 
mittee 3; Sophomore Show; Log Typist 1, 2, Circulation 3, 4; W.A.A. First, 
Second, Third Awards; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Field Hockey Honor Team 4; Soccer 
Honor Team 1, 3, 4; Volleyball Honor Team 2, 3; Dean's List 3, 4. 



Gigi" 



Bessie . . . "Here's your change" . . . Chicago . . . "Where 
Dotty?" . . . Bookstore discussions . . . "My car doesn 
start" . . . conferences . . . Lucy B. . . . "Wanna chuff? 




47 CLOVELLY STREET 
LYNN 
ELEMENTARY 
JULY 5 



Book Club 1; A.C.E. 2, 3; S.T.C. Aide 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Week Committee; 
Public Relations Committee 3; Sophomore Show; W.A.A. Basketball 2, 3, 4; 
Field Hockey 4; Soccer 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 2, 3, 4; Dean's List 4. 



E/yes o/ ^ World 



Jackie . . . "I'm staying for basketball" . . . "Where's 
Nancy?" . . . "Take me to your leader" . . . "Isn't it time 
to go home?" . . . "Wasn't that class canceled?" . . . Carl 
said . . . 



236 LAFAYETTE STREET 
SALEM 
ELEMENTARY 
MAY 11 




Book Club 1, 2, 3, 4; S.N.E.A. 4; Freshman Dance Committee; Jazz Concert 
Committee; Co-Chairman Junior Week; Program Committee 4; Class Day 
Tea and Reception Committee; Sophomore Show; Variety Show 2; CLIPPER 
Typist; W.A.A. Freshman Representative; Dance Committee 1, 2; Head of 
Brown 2; Basketball 2; Swimming 1, 2; Volleyball 2. 



Gone with the Wind 



Mother Hen . . . long red hair . . . "You'll never know me 
in June, kids!" . . . soap carvings . . . the new car ... "I 
love to have my finger in everything." 




11 LAFAYETTE PARK 
LYNN 
ELEMENTARY 
JANUARY 12 



A.C.E. 1; S.T.C. Aide 1, 2, 3, 4; Book Club 4; S.N.E.A. 4; Move-Up Exercises 
Committee 1, 3, 4; W.A.A. First, Second Awards; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Field 
Hockey 3, 4; Soccer 3, 4; Swimming 1; Volleyball 2, 3, 4; Dean's List 2, 3, 4; 
Honors Program 4. 



Make Way for Tomorrow 



Conservative humor ... "I just can't concentrate." . . . 
basketball fan . . . warm smile and beautiful brown eyes 
. . . undecided . . . "Oh, I'll do that term paper tonight!" 
. . . maybe California. 



15 APPLETON STREET 
SAUGUS 
ELEMENTARY 
APRIL 19 





Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Junior Prom Decoration Committee Chair- 
man; Program 3, 4; Social 4; General Welfare 2, Chairman 3; Daisy Chain 3; 
Dean's List 2, 3, 4; Honors Program 4. 



Words and Music 



Conscientiousness plus . . . leader . . . Thespian . . . petite 
lady . . . visual aids from Cape Canaveral . . . "We are 
having a supper." . . . Long Beach . . . Miss Co-operation 
. . . superior student. 




2 SYLVAN STREET 
MELROSE 
ELEMENTARY 
JULY 30 



Book Club 1, 2; Glee Club 3; S.T.C. Aide 1, 2, 3, 4; Alumni Committee 3. 



/'// Be Seeing You 



Freshman fun ... "I know a person who had the same 
thing" . . . nurse's room . . . "Sure is different from Somer- 
ville" . . . summer jobs . . . "Where's Agnes?" 



31 SOUTHSIDE AVENUE 
LYNN 
JUNIOR HIGH 
OCTOBER 4 




Cap and Gown Committee 4; Council Representative 2; Sophomore Show; 
M.A.A. Baseball; Intramural Football 2, 3. 




Up in Smoke 



Math Major . . . patronizes the mead hall . . . 
baseball . . . quiet . . . Daddy . . . reserved humor 
. . . "Hey, Roland!" . . . "Two Phillies" . . . 
Referee, George Gunning . . . "My slow curve 
is breaking." 




13 BARTON STREET 
SALEM 
ELEMENTARY 
JULY 28 



Footlighters 1; S.N.E.A. 4, Refreshment and Decoration Committee 4; 
1 reshman Tea Committee; Senior Reception Committee; Cap and Gown Com- 
mittee 4; Class Day Tea and Reception Committee; Variety Show 2; Sopho- 
more Show; W.A.A. Basketball Honor Team 2, 4; Volleyball Honor Team 3, 4. 



Sleeping Beauty 



Sleepyhead . . . "Some day I'll be on time." . . . Frankie and 
Johnny ... "I got a special Christmas present." . . . won- 
derful girl . . . dancer . . . Congratulations telegrams . . . 
"California, here I come." 



148 MAPLE STREET 
LYNN 
JUNIOR HIGH 
AUGUST 19 




Kappa Delta Phi 1, 2, Vice-President 3, President 4; Freshman Tea Committee; 
Junior Dance Committee Chairman; Junior Week Program Committee; Orien- 
tation Committee 3, 4; Social Committee 3, 4; Senior Reception Committee; 
Sophomore Show; Commencement Usher 3; M.A.A. Intramural Basketball 
1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Football 1; Dean's List 4. 



Loving You 



Social Studies Major . . . Aucky . . . "Ho-hum" ... 1-A 
. . . "Oh, you beautiful doll" . . . Torino's . . . hustler . . . 
"Don't get around much any more!" . . . golf . . . card 
games . . . "Bo-Bo" . . . Charlie. 




30 PINE STREET 
MANCHESTER 
ELEMENTARY 
MARCH 22 



S.T.C. Aide 1, 3, 4; Program Committee 4. 



It Can't Happen Here 



Syl . . . artist . . . "Where have my friends gone now?" 
. . . far-away places ... "I think I'll write a letter." . . . 
taxi to the station . . . "Silliness" . . . rings on her fingers. 



Robert (Edward ^JJa 



aye 5 



2\y 2 BROAD STREET 
SALEM 
ELEMENTARY 
FEBRUARY 9 




Book Club 1, 2; Chess Club 1 2; Weather Club 1. 2, 3, 4; Kappa Delta Phi 
1, 2; Dance Committee 1; Move-Up Exercises Committee 2; Junior Prom 
Committee; Sophomore Show; Commencement Usher 3; M.A.A. Intramural 
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Dean's List 1, 2, 3. 



The Post m a/i Kings Twice 



"Of course I'm on the Dean's List!" . . . extra curricula 
activities . . . "Can you cash a check?" . . . the friendly 
postman . . . smoke time . . . absentee . . . "I'll see what my 
two buddies say." 




37 JORDAN ROAD 
PEABODY 
JUNIOR HIGH 
FEBRUARY 9 



Freshman Dance Committee; M.A.A. Dance Committee 3; Council Represen- 
tative I; Sophomore Show; Commencement Usher 3; M.A.A. Intramural 
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Football 1, 2, 3, 4. 



The Joker h Wild 



Social Studies Major . . . Sonny . . . mathematical genius 
. . . Fairy tales can come true ... "I thought I bombed it" 
. . . "Like this sweater Claudia bought?" . . . Great buddy 
in a pinch. 



60 RICHVIEW STREET 
DORCHESTER 
BUSINESS 
JUNE 22 




Tri Mu 2, 4, Vice-President 3; Pi Omega Pi 2, 3, Piendent 4, Initiation 3, 4, 
Conventions; S.N.E.A. 3, Secretary 4; Book Club 3, 4; E.B.T.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Rusiness Banquet Committee 3; Investiture Committee 4; Public Relations 3, 
4; Open House Committee 3; Council Representative 3; Compass Associate 
Editor 3; Log 1; W.A.A. First Award; Basketball 3; Volleyball 3; Dean's List 3. 



Alice in Wonderland 



One of Bessie's 9 . . . Hiccups . . . Chicago . . . Conferences 
. . . Columbia Bound . . . Sobo's Six . . . "What a panic!" 
. . . Evicted Club . . . "Cash." 




116 WALNUT STREET 
EVERETT 
ELEMENTARY 
JANUARY 23 



Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Decorations Committee; Class Gift Com- 
mittee 4; General Welfare Committee; W.A.A. Volleyball 1; Swimming 1; 
Honors Program 4; Dean's List 2, 3,4. 



From the Earth to the Moon 



Song thrush . . . "Oh, I wouldn't say that." . . . quiet 
traveler . . . visuals from Florida . . . enjoyed training . . . 
"Will you bring the cole slaw to the supper?" 



SOUTH MAIN STREET 
MIDDLETON 
ELEMENTARY 
MAY 31 




A.C.E.; Freshman Tea Committee; Freshman Dance Committee; Sophomore 
Show; Dean's List 3, 4. 



// J Had a Million 



Pat . . . Florida vacations . . . Stetson's student . . . cata- 
logues galore . . . "stunning" . . . generosity in abundance 
. . . "Don't embarrass me" . . . proudness . . . out of the 
pages of Vogue . . . Bingo. 




11 PHILLIPS STREET 
MALDEN 
BUSINESS 
DECEMBER 5 



Camera Club 1, 3, 4; Book Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Pi Omega Pi 4; Commercial Coun- 
cil Representative 3; M.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Dean's List 1, 2. 




8 5 WASHINGTON STREET 
LYNN 
BUSINESS 
AUGUST 8 




Circle K 3, 4; U.B.E.A. 4; E.B.T.A. 3, 4; M.A.A. Basketball 1, 2; Baseball 1, 2; 
Tennis 1, 2. 



Unchained 



Quiet . . . confirmed bachelor . . . man of decision . . . 
energetic and inquisitive . . . early to rise . . . Lynnite . . . 
Athletic competitor . . . Where's Bob? . . ."I'll take that 
down in shorthand" . . . "Another test?" 




8 SHERIDAN ROAD 
SWAMPSCOTT 
ELEMENTARY 
JANUARY 20 



Art Club 1, 2; Freshman Tea Committee; Sophomore Dance; Junior Prom; 
Senior Reception; Class Day Tea and Reception; Sophomore Show; Fashion 
Show 2, 4. 



A Season in the Sun 



Stellar . . . member of the smoker . . . "I've been trying for 
seven years!" . . . Athena . . . figs . . . Florida tan . . . 
beautiful clothes . . . lovely to look at . . . "This is Bailey's 
favorite dress." 



94 BOSTON STREET 
SALEM 
ELEMENTARY 
JUNE 2 8 




.C. Aide 1, 2; A.C.E. 4; Freshman Tea; Class Day Tea and Reception; 
Exercises 4; W.A.A. First Award; Basketball 2; Volleyball 3. 



Swingtirne 



Ivy league . . . "Are you kidding me?" ... all shook up 
. . . speech expert . . . "I'll get a job somewhere" . . . smart 
dresser . . . sincere, thoughtful, generous . . . jazz en- 
thusiast. 




Island in the Sun 



Math Major . . . "Little Nash Rambler — toot! 
toot!" . . . Archimedes . . . "The Jabberwocky" 
... "I have a question" . . . walking do-it-your- 
self kit . . . "Have you heard this one?" 





A.C.E. 3, 4; Freshman Tea; Dance Committee 1, 2; Junior Prom; Senior Re- 
ception; Cap and Gown Committee 4; Class Day Tea and Reception Commit- 
tee; Sophomore Show; Log Exchange 2. 



The Best Years of Our Lii es 



The good faces . . . H-A-R-O-L-D . . . "Oh, he's so cute, 
if only he'd get off his knees." . . . alias Barbara Cashman 
. . . friend Janet . . . "What's your business?" . . . onion 
eyes. 



am ^1. cyCemieux 




76 15TH AVENUE 
HAVERHILL 
ELEMENTARY 
DECEMBER 2 5 



A.C.E. 2, 3, 4; Book Club 1, 2; Freshman Tea Committee; Alumni Commit- 
tee 2; Junior Prom Favors Committee Chairman; Nominating Committee 3; 
Social Committee 3, 4; Open House Committee 3, 4; Finance Committee 3, 
Chairman 4; Public Relations Committee 3, Treasurer 4; Orientation Day 
Committee 4; Daisy and Laurel Chain Committee 4; Class Day Tea and Recep- 
tion Committee; Sophomore Show; Daisy Chain; W.A.A. Awards First, Second; 
Field Hockey 1, 2, 3; Soccer Honor Team 2, 3; Senior Representative; Dean's 
List 4. 



This Happy Feeling 



Bob . . . sincere . . . June bride . . . Honeybun . . . sweet 
... "I don't know how I got on all these committees!" . . . 
spider . . . peculiar stories . . . star eyes . . . "Don't make 
me laugh." 





God's Little Acre 



English Major . . . Nick . . . Dube's . . . senti- 
mental gentleman from Kentucky . . . "Let's 
bowl a couple" . . . "Kentucky Waltz" . . . 
"Comin' over?" 



Th 



ree 



. . th 



. One third of the "Big 



at accent. 




10 CHERRY COURT 
SWAMPSCOTT 
BUSINESS 
AUGUST 12 



Book Club 2, 3; E.B.T.A. 3, 4; Pi Omega Pi 3, Treasurer 4; U.B.EA. 4; Circle 
K 3, 4; M.A.A. Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Intramural Football 1, 2; Dean's List 1, 2. 



Weekend with Father 



An evening with Dad . . . patter of little feet . . . 
class napper . . . "Have you seen Joe?" . . . "Ah, 
a night out!" . . . "Where's Joe?" . . . Bentley 
grad . . . Sophomore groom. 





Chess Club; Weather Club; Book Club; Junior Prom; Sophomore Show; M.A.A. 
I, 2, 3, 4; Dean's List 2, 3, 4. 



Rebel Without a Cause 



Social Studies Major . . . geographical genius . . . "This is 
ridiculous" . . . The Brook . . . "First class starts too early" 
. . . perfectionist ... "I want out" . . . coffee fanatic . . . 
"Come the Revolution" . . . dirty days. 




40 ELLSWORTH ROAD 
PEABODY 
JUNIOR HIGH 
JANUARY 5 



Book Club 3; Earth Science Club 1; Ivy Exercises Committee 4; Sophomore 
Show; Commencement Usher 3; M.A.A. Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. 



The Quiet American 



English Major . . . apprentice pharmacist . . . "Go On with 
the Wedding" . . . sharp shirts . . . "What dost thou sayest 
concerning Bill Shakespeare?" . . . dual affair . . . standing 
on the corner. 



96 ESSEX STREET 
CHELSEA 
JUNIOR HIGH 
FEBRUARY 4 




Book Club 3; S.T.C. Aide 1; S.N.E.A. 3, 4; Freshman Tea Committee; Dance 
Committee 1, 2, 3; Initiation Committee 2; Brother-Sister Tea Committee 2, 
3; Senior Reception Committee; Daisy and Laurel Chain Committee 4; Senior 
Tea and Reception Committee; CLIPPER Hoedown Committee; Sophomore 
Show Director; CLIPPER Assistant Editor; Compass Associate Editor 4; Log 
1,2; Senior Newsletter; Dean's List 3. 4. 



Love Is a Many-Splcinlo/ired Thing 



English Major . . . Stan . . . Germany . . . wedding bell 
. . . "Have you seen my ring?" . . . poetry . . . always game 
for a party . . . "Where are the kids?" . . . teaching . . 
June 21 . . . counting the days. 



ean r v lane 



a dun 




34 GREYSTONE ROAD 
MALDEN 
ELEMENTARY 
SEPTEMBER 26 



Book Club 1, 2, 3, 4; A.C.E. 1, 2, 3; S.T.C. Aides 1, 2, 3; Freshman Tea Com- 
mittee; Freshman Dance Committee; Junior Prom Decorations Committee; 
Sophomore Show; W.A.A. First Award; Soccer 1; Volleyball 3; Dean's List 4. 



A Night at the Opera 



"Oh, no" . . . Yoga lessons 



. "I'm going to my girl 
friend's for supper" . . . history expert . . . courses at Har- 
vard . . . shoes, shoes, shoes . . . stylish dresser . . . "I'm 
going to a lecture." 



Stetla (l^lorhs) yFjattarocckia 



6 SPRAGUE STREET 
PEABODY 
BUSINESS 
SEPTEMBER 19 




Book Club 1, 2, 3, 4; U.B.E.A. 4; Pi Omega Pi 3, 4; E.B.T.A. 3, 4. 




Bell, Book and Cdiulh 



Unique . . . Joe . . . "Need a ride?" . . . "How 
do you run this machine?" . . . "Anyone for 
cards?" . . . fortune teller . . . world traveler . . . 
Senior bride . . . Buick . . . across the board. 




2 B STREET 
REVERE 
JUNIOR HIGH 
OCTOBER 16 



Earth Science Club; Commencement Usher 3; M.A.A. Intramural Basketball 
1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Football 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Reach for the Sky 



Social Studies Major . . . "Are you nervous?" — Nope! 
his glasses . . . "Do you know this stuff?" ... a cynic 
Boston P.O. . . . He's not such an old man. 



CLrL B. WcCL 



I 



19 BATCHELDERS COURT 
LYNN 
JUNIOR HIGH 
FEBRUARY 4 




Kappa Delta Phi 2, 3, 4; Dramatic Club 2; Social Committee; Freshman Talent 
Show; Sophomore Show; Variety Show 2; Orientation Entertainment 2, 3, 4; 
M.A.A. Intramural Basketball 1. 



Suddenly 



Social Studies Major . . . "Ask me anything" . . . "Where's 
our next class?" . . . Mr. Wonderful . . . Frankie's under- 
study . . . "Anyone going down the diner?" . . . Murph. 




9 WARREN COURT 
SALEM 
JUNIOR HIGH 
AUGUST 19 



Kappa Delta Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; Soccer Dance Committee 3, 4; M.A.A. Sports Night 
Committee 3; Council Representative 1; M.A.A. Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 
3, 4; Intramural Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Soccer 2, 3, 4. 



South Pacific 



Social Studies Major . . . Skippy . . . soccer's unsung hero 
. . . "Not in my car!" . . . Brentwood and Brooklyn . . . 
"What test?" . . . "I'll read it tonight" . . . "Study? With 
the Bruins in town?" 



16 NORTH FRANKLIN STREET 
LYNN 
BUSINESS 
SEPTEMBER 2 




Book Club 4; U.B.E.A. 4; E.B.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Pi Omega Pi 4; Circle K 4; Pro- 
2, 3, 4; M.A.A. Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Football 1, 2, 3; 
Intramural Softball 1, 2, 3, 4. 





12 JACKSON TERRACE 
LYNN 
ELEMENTARY 
MAY 27 



Book Club 2; Earth Science Club 4; A.C.E. 4; S.T.C. Aide 2, 4; Freshman 
Dance Committee; Junior Prom Committee; Senior Reception Committee. 



The Cockeyed World 



"Oh, have I got troubles!" . . . West Point weekend . . . 
true Irishman? . . . one of the chicks ... "I like marathons" 
. . . study periods . . . "Let's go to the diner." 



tenne 



cKjviee 



45 3 WESTERN AVENUE 
LYNN 
ELEMENTARY 
MAY 19 




Book Club 1, 2, 4; S.N.E.A. I; S.T.C. Aide 1, 2; Class Day Tea and Reception 
Committee; Class Day Luncheon Committee; Senior Reception Committee; 
Variety Show 2; W.A.A. Golf 3; Swimming 2; Dean's List 4. 



The Windjammer 



Soup to nuts . . . seamstress . . . hand in the air . . . "He's 
a honey" . . . turned over a new leaf . . . "May I ask a 
question?" . . . many cars . . . "Eve attended all the Salem 
functions, but ..." 




11 NORTHERN AVENUE 
LYNN 
BUSINESS 
APRIL 9 



Book Club 1,2,3,4; E.B.T.A. 3, 4; Pi Omega Pi 4; Circle K 2, Executive Board 
3, President 4; M.A.A. Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4; Soccer Student Manager 4. 



Life ivith father 



Life of the party . . . Man with a broom . . . 
Cui bono? . . . Dube's lunch . . . "And no more" 
. . . Santa Claus . . . crew cut . . . private room 
. . . "I'm in debt." 




25 5 LEXINGTON AVENUE 
CAMBRIDGE 
JUNIOR HIGH 
MARCH 12 




Weather Club, 4; Chairman Campus Queen Contest 3; Co-Chairman M.A.A. 
Decorations Committee 3; Activities Committee 4; M.A.A. Sports Night; Dance 
Committee 3; Junior Week; Freshman Show; Sophomore Show; M.A.A. Bad- 
minton 1; Baseball 1; Basketball 1; Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural 
Football 1, 2, 3; Track 1, 2; Volleyball 1. 



The Golden Age of Comedy 



Math Major . . . "Oh, Baby!" . . . Alfred E. Neuman . . . 
"This is how it's done at Lowell" . . . class pins . . . Buttons 
. . . "Be proud of S.T.C." . . . "Go On with the Wedding." 




M.A.A. Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Football 
1, 2, 3, 4; President Softball League; Dean's List 4. 



Me and My Girl 



English Major . . . Gina . . . Dube's . . . Casey at the bat 
. . . high hopes . . . McGoon . . . "Billerica, here I come" 
. . . One third of the "Big Three" . . . "and I'm a good 
teacher." 



aine 



22 POPLAR STREET 
DANVERS 
ELEMENTARY 
APRIL 2 5 





Book Club 1, 2, 3, 4; S.N.E.A.; Class Day Tea and Reception Committee; 
W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Quo Vadis? 



Cue ball . . . "Just wait 'til graduation, kids!" . . . Maine 
vacations . . . physical education expert . . . "Got change 
for cigarettes?" . . . Irish sayings . . . out-of-the-way 
places. 




A.C.E. 3, 4; Freshman Tea Committee; Freshman Dance Committee; Junior 
Prom Favors Committee; King and Queen Committee; Junior Prom Queen's 
Ccurt; Daisy and Laurel Chain Committee 4; Class Day Tea and Reception 
Committee; Public Relations Committee 4; Finance Committee 3, 4; Social 
Committee 4; Open House Guides Chairman 4; Sophomore Show; Laurel Chain; 
W.A.A. First, Second, Third, Fourth Awards; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey 
}, 4; Soccer 2, 4, Honor Team 3; Volleyball 2, 3, 4; Nominating Committee 4; 
Dean's List 2, 3. 



I Married an Angel 



"My husband Eddy" . . . happy homemaker . . . 
Bermuda . . . "What's wrong with my note- * 
book?" . . . Honeybun . . . cooperative worker 
.... Committee meetings . . . "Expecting what, 
kids?" 




19 RUTH STREET 
NEW BEDFORD 

BUSINESS 

APRIL 10 




Tri Mu 1, 3, 4, Treasurer 2; E.B.T.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; U.B.E.A. 4; Pi Omega Pi 2, 
3, 4, Pledging Committee 3, 4, Initiation 3, 4, Ethics 3; Public Relations Com- 
mittee 2, 3, 4; General Welfare Committee 2, 3, 4; Open House 2, 3; Business 
Council Dance Committee 4; Dance Committee 1; Log Typist 3, Circulation 
3, 4; W.A.A. First Award; Basketball 1; Volleyball 1. 



Country Girl 



Quiet but pleasing personality . . . One of Bessie's 9 
Conferences ... "I wonder if I will have a test today" 
"Go, Bunny!" . . . Furnace . . . Pat Boone. 



o6e 



eMtna 




15 AMITY STREET 
LYNN 
ELEMENTARY 
APRIL 6 



A.C.E. 2; S.T.C. Aide 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Day Tea and Reception Committee; 
W.A.A. Volleyball 3; Dean's List 4. 



The Mysterious Lady 



Creative hands . . . never hurries . . . "Did you study for 
the test?" . . . Freshman speech . . . the silent one . . . 
perfection in all tasks . . . "It must be time for class." 



Jinn WlilL 



2 3 OLIVE STREET 
REVERE 
ELEMENTARY 
JANUARY 19 




Freshman Tea Committee; Dance Committees 2, 3; Class Ring Chairman 2; 
Junior Prom Committee; Class Day Tea and Reception Committee; Sophomore 
Show; Variety Show 2. 



You Are My Lucky Star 



Wannie . . . cute blonde . . . Sophomore IV . . . Walter 
. . . "My left hand gets tired" . . . driving instructor . . . 
"What a riot!" . . . committee member . . . "I'll meet you 
down in the lounge." 




61 PRENTISS STREET 
WATERTOWN 

BUSINESS 
DECEMBER 4 



Book Club 4; U.B.E.A. 4; E.B.T.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Pi Omega Pi 4; Circle K 4; Pro 
gram Committee 4; M.A.A. Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Foot 
ball 2, 3; Intramural Softball 3, 4. 



L'i/ Abner 



"Where's my white horse?" . . . Cha-cha King . . . West 
Point taxi . . . "Wanna race — where's the cop?" . . . An- 
other G. Mikan . . . Bunker Hill sightseer . . . Frappe cup 
. . . "It's early yet." 



176 PINE STREET 
DANVERS 
ELEMENTARY 
JULY 8 




Book Club 1; S.T.C. Aide 4; Freshman Tea Committee; Junior Week Com- 
mittee; Class Day Tea and Reception Committee; Class Day Luncheon Com- 
mittee; Initiation Entertainment; Sophomore Show. 



Night Flight 



"He's kipp" . . . language all her own . . . Danvers' police 
. . . red lead at Jordan's . . . Florida tan . . . "Where are all 
my chums?" . . . Angie's instructor . . . V-I-N-N-I-E. 




15 OSBORNE STREET 
PEABODY 
ELEMENTARY 
FEBRUARY 27 



ACE. 1, 2; S.N.E.A. 2, 4; Move-Up Exercises Committee 1; Dance Commit- 
tees 1, 2; Junior Week Committee; Class Day Tea and Reception Committee; 
Invitation Committee 4. 



I'd Rather Be Right 



"I need a ride" . . . the silent type . . . "Yes, I have a sister 
who went to Salem" . . . library . . . "whist anyone?" . . . 
"Where's Marion?" . . . facial expressions? 



113 WILLIAM STREET 
STONEHAM 
ELEMENTARY 
APRIL 1 




S.T.C. Aide 1, 2, 4, President 3; Book Club 1, 2; Freshman Dance Committee; 
Sophomore Ring Committee; Junior Prom Queen's Court; Senior Reception 
Committee; Council Representative 4; Sophomore Show; CLIPPER Associate 
Editor; W.A.A. Field Hockey 3; Dean's List 3, 4. 



Blithe Spirit 



Murph . . . Southie . . . Cape time . . . "Glad you could 
come!" . . . memberships galore . . . Smile for everyone . . . 
"In East Hartford, of course." . . . "How are ya?" . . . 
personality plus. 




52 PARK AVENUE 
MALDEN 
ELEMENTARY 
DECEMBER 7 



Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Art Club 4; Junior Prom Orchestra Com- 
mittee; Activities Committee 4; Freshman Banquet Entertainment; Sophomore 
Show; CLIPPER Art Editor; Daisy Chain; W.A.A. Swimming 1; Honors 
Program 4; Dean's List 2, 3, 4. 



A Star is Born 



"Don't you wish you were in the choir?" . . . our own 
Jenny Lind . . . "I'll be up in the nurse's room" . . . eco- 
nomic quizzes . . . "Well, I don't know." 




A Streetcar Named Desire 



Social Studies Major . . . Frannie . . . Norma and Kevin . . . 
"Check that!" . . . corridor philosopher ... "I don't know 
who has my notes now" . . . "The baby cried all night" 
. . . horrible puns. 



icim 




2 APPLETON STREET 
LYNN 
JUNIOR HIGH 
JUNE 4 



Circle K 4; Junior Dance Committee; Junior Week; Senior Reception; Se- 
nior Newsletter; Scphomore Show; Log Cartoonist 2; Commencement Usher 3; 
M.A.A. Baseball 1, 2; Intramural Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Dean's List 3, 4. 



War and Peace 



Social Studies Major . . . "Not too great!" . . . "Give me 
odds" . . . the new car . . . Music, music, music . . . "Any 
matches?" . . . "Don't worry, I'll be ready." 



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40 PARSONS AVENUE 
LYNNFIELD 
ELEMENTARY 
JUNE 1 




Book Club 2; Dramatic Club 2; S.T.C. Aide 1, 3, 4; Earth Science Club 4; 
F"eshman Tea Committee; Sophomore Dance Committee; Junior Prom Decora- 
tions Committee; Senior Reception Committee; Class Day Luncheon Committee 
4; Senior Tea and Reception Committee; Invitation Committee 4; Freshman 
Banquet Entertainment; Sophomore Show. 



High Society 



Una . . . gullible . . . "Is that right?" . . . sincere manner 
. . . "Excuse me, hon" . . . beautiful clothes . . . shiny hair 
. . . sophisticated lady . . . "Oh, don't do that!" . . . small 
cars. 




39 COMMERCIAL STREET 
LYNN 
JUNIOR HIGH 
MAY 23 



Book Club; Investiture Committee 4; M.A.A. Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Intramural Football 1, 2, 3, 4. 



The Cocktail Party 



Social Studies Major . . . Davy O' . . . Willey House . . . 
"I'm going skiing this weekend" ... his hat . . . "Boy, was 
it cold standing there!" . . . holds up the corridor wall. 




5 3 JESSIE STREET 
SWAMPSCOTT 
ELEMENTARY 
JULY 2 




A.C.E. 1, 2; S.N.E.A. 4; Move-Up Exercises Committee 1; Dance Committee 
1, 2; Junior Prom Decorations Committee; Class Day Tea and Reception Com- 
mittee; Invitation Committee; Sophomore Show; W.A.A. Swimming 2. 



Coquette 



"Oh, who cares?" . . . volunteer worker . . . "It's about 
time for a field trip" . . . cool, calm, and collected . . . 
conversationalist . . . "I'll call home for a ride." 




141 BRADFORD STREET 
EVERETT 
BUSINESS 
AUGUST 2 5 



Book Club 1, 2, 3, 4; U.B.E.A. 4; E.B.T.A. 3, 4; Cooperative Council Repre- 
sentative 1; M.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. 




131 A CHATHAM STREET 
LYNN 
ELEMENTARY 
DECEMBER 5 




A.C.E. 1, 2, 3, 4; S.T.C. Aide 2, 4, Secretary 3; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Choir 2, 3, 
4; Arts and Crafts Club 4; Cafeteria Associates 3; Freshman Dance Commit- 
tee; Junior Prom Decorations Committee; Junior Class Move-Up Exercises 
Chairman; Activities Committee 4; Program Committee 4; Investiture Com- 
mittee 4; Senior Reception Committee; Fashion Show Committee 4; Sophomore 
Show; Variety Show 4; CLIPPER Typist; W.A.A. Swimming 2; Volleyball 
2, 3; Honors Program 4; Dean's List 2, 3, 4. 



Artists and Models 



Tina . . . always willing to help . . . warm friendships . . . 
silversmith . . . extra-curricula activities . . . blushes at 
everything . . . artist's helper . . . beautiful smile . . . night 
school. 



MAPLE STREET 
MIDDLETON 
JUNIOR HIGH 
AUGUST 8 




Sophomore Dance Committee; Sophomore Show; Dean's List 3. 



Something of Value 



Social Studies Major . . . Phonse . . . "What sort of action 
is this?" . . . heckled hustler . . . Wonderland A. A. . . "No 
test today" . . . cards in the 'rec' room . . . "What army?" 





S.T.C. Aide 1, 2; Junior Prom Committee; Class Day Tea and Reception Com- 
mittee 4; Senior Reception Committee; Investiture Committee 4; W.A.A. 
Swimming 2. 



When Ladies Meet 



Quiet lady . . . well groomed . . . "Coffee at the Paradise?' 
. . . nice to know . . . polite . . . "I'll help if I can" . . 
member of the smoker . . . "Well, I just don't know." 




5 CORNING STREET 
BEVERLY 
ELEMENTARY 
JUNE 27 



S.N.E.A. 4; Dramatic Club 1; Freshman Tea Committee; Senior Cap and Gown 
Committee; Class Day Tea and Reception Committee 4; Senior Reception 
Committee. 



Jesse James 



"I'm knitting socks for Mr. F." . . . home-town teacher 
. . . "Don't worry, I'll get it done eventually." . . . hair 
styles . . . Polish recipes . . . "My rider was late, so . . ." 



\cliael J^. jf^roclrito 



12 C STREET 
REVERE 
JUNIOR HIGH 
OCTOBER 7 





Book Club 3; Kappa Delta Phi 2, 3, 4; S.N.E.A. 3, 4; Dance Committee 1, 2, 
3; Initiation Committee 2; Senior Reception; Ivy Exercises Committee 4: 
Senior Publicity Chairman; Sophomore Show; Senior Newsletter; Log 1; Dean's 
List 2, 3, 4. 



The Defiant One 



English Major ... "a member of mine" . . . cloud number 
nine . . . nonconformist . . . "Forget it" . . . whoosh — . . . 
"The Lestoi! Kid" . . . Connecticut . . . "Party at my house, 
kiddies" . . . future professor. 



wvenzano 




11 MORTON AVENUE 
SAUGUS 
JUNIOR HIGH 
APRIL 20 



Ticket Committee 4; Sophomore Show; Variety Show 2; M.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Twelve Angry Men 



Social Studies Major . . . Prov . . . "Is that due today?" . 
"I am NOT a traitor!" . . . bookworm . . . his diary . 
"I'm reading this book about — " . . . loves an argument. 



nivin 



STORY AVENUE 
LYNN 
BUSINESS 
MARCH 14 




Class Treasurer 2; Kappa Delta Phi 2, 3, 4; Initiation Committee 2; Senior 
Reception Committee 4; Program Committee 4; Open-House Guide 3; New 
York Conference 2; Commencement Usher 3; M.A.A. Intramural Basketball 
1, 2; Intramural Football 1, 2, 3; Softball 1, 2, 3, 4. 




father Knows Best 



Maureen and Barbara . . . West Point '56 . . . 
Nice on Ice . . . Man with a Camera . . . Short 
Pants . . . "How are ya?" . . . "Where's Paul?" 
. . . commuter. 




88 LINDEN STREET 
SALEM 
JUNIOR HIGH 
FEBRUARY 16 



Book Club 3; S.N.E.A. 3, 4; Ring Committee 2; Freshman Tea Committee; 
Initiation Committee 2; Junior Dance Committee; Senior Prom Committee; 
Class Day Luncheon Committee; Daisy and Laurel Chain Committee 4; Class 
Day Tea and Reception Committee; Initiation Banquet Entertainment 1; Sopho- 
more Show Costume Chairman; Variety Show 2; CLIPPER Literary Editor; 
Senior Newsletter; Compass 3; Log Exchange Editor 2; Daisy Chain 3; W.A.A. 
Basketball 1; Dean's List 4. 



Pins and Needles 



English Major . . . "That's great" . . . full of fun and 
fancy free ... "I love babies, they're so cute" . . . "Al" 
. . . classic taste in literature . . . short and sweet . . . 
H-Ball-olly. 



5 MEADOW STREET 
SALEM 
JUNIOR HIGH 
MARCH 27 




C hoir 2, 3; Footlightcrs 1,2; Glee Club 2, 3; S.T.C. Aide 1, 2, 3; Queen's Court 
3; Activities Committee 4; Class Day Tea and Reception Committee; Sopho- 
more Show; Laurel Chain 3; W.A.A. First, Second, Third Awards; Basketball 
1, 2; Field Hockey 2, 3; Soccer 2; Volleyball 3, 4; Dean's List 1. 



Song of Bernadcttc 



Math Major . . . Madame President . . . Castle Hill . . . 
The Golden Rule . . . music lover . . . "Oh, gee!" . . . silence 
is golden . . . goldfish . . . prefers the aesthetic . . . "Bring 
back those minstrel days." 




Not as a Stranger 



Social Studies Major . . . Gene . . . "What a waste!" . . . 
the quiet one ... "I read that" . . . efficient and organized 
. . . "Do you know what he wants?" 



113 MIDDLESEX STREET 
WINCHESTER 
BUSINESS 
JUNE 2 5 




Tri Mu 1, 3, 4, Secretary 2; E.B.T.A. 2, 3, 4; S.N.E.A. 4; Pi Omega Pi 4; 
Freshman Tea Committee; Open House Committee 2; Orientation Day Com- 
mittee 2, 3, 4; Public Relations Committee 2, 3, 4; General Welfare Commit- 
tee 2; Junior Prom Committee; Campus Queen Committee 3; Council Dance 
Committee 2, 3, 4; Investiture Committee 4; Sophomore Show; Daisy Chain 3; 
Compass Associate Editor 3, Editor-in-Chief 4; Lo« 2, 3, Sports Editor 4; 
W.A.A. First, Second, Third, Fourth Awards; Vice-President 4; Head Orange 
2; Nominating Committee 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Field Hockey 2, 3, Honor 
Team 1; Soccer 2, 3, Honor Team 1; Volleyball 1, 2, Manager 3. 



Tea and Sympathy 



Conferences . . . One of Bessie's 9 . . . "Yessah" . . . Oh 
Joseph! . . . Sobo's Six . . . "Anything to eat?" . . . Veep. 




56Y 2 LIBRARY STREET 
CHELSEA 
BUSINESS 
FEBRUARY 23 



Class Treasurer 4; Pi Omega Pi 3, Historian 4; E.B.T.A. 3, 4; Business Banquet 
Ticket Committee 3; Initiation Chairman 2; Sophomore Dance Committee; 
Junior Week Ticket Committee Chairman; Co-Chairman Senior Reception; 
Council Representative 3; Sophomore Show Business Manager; Senior News- 
letter; Laurel Chain 3; W.A.A. Basketball 2, 4; Dean's List 2, 3, 4. 



Red -Hot Mamma 



Personality plus . . . smoker . . . "My man is just around 
the corner" . . . West Point '5 8 . . . "Where's the party?" 
. . . Saved by the bell . . . Rockville, Connecticut . . . all- 
star commuter. 



80 ELM STREET 
CHARLESTOWN 
ELEMENTARY 
MARCH 14 




Cafeteria Associates 1, 2, 3, 4; Book Club 3, 4; Log 1; M.A.A. 1, 2. 3, 4; Dean's 
List 2, 3, 4. 



Boj5' Town 



Big Brother . . . summer camp . . . conscientious . . . June's 
favorite . . . "Have you signed your contract?" . . . quiet 
and capable . . . interviews . . . study time at the B.P.L. 



(LharleS ^JJ. 



Son 




12 BROOKLINE STREET 
LYNN 
BUSINESS 
NOVEMBER 11 



Book Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Circle K 3, 4; E.B.T.A. 3, 4; Pi Omega Pi 4; Kappa 
Delta Phi 2, 3, 4; U.B.E.A. 4; Ivy Exercises Committee 4; Publicity 4; Initia- 
tion 2; Invitation 4; Sophomore Show; M.A.A. Treasurer 4; Intramural Basket- 
ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1; Intramural Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Bcry o# </ Dolphin 



"Young, Warm, and Wonderful" . . . Room Service . . . 
soccer scorer . . . Baby Face . . . "Going to Charlestown" 
. . . West Point . . . Better late than never . . . Joe College 
. . . "professional attitude" . . . blusher . . . traitor. 



110 LIN WOOD STREET 
LYNN 
ELEMENTARY 
MAY 22 




A.C.E. 2, 3, 4; Book Club 1, 2, 3; Freshman Tea Committee; Dance Com- 
mittee 1, 2, 3; Junior Prom Committee; Cap and Gown Committee 4; Class 
Day Tea and Reception Committee; Senior Reception Committee; Sophomore 
Show; Dean's List 3, 4. 



The Perfect Furlough 



Weekly letters from Okinawa . . . "Yea-ea-eah" . . . the 
Hill . . . 5th Avenue . . . "Midnight" . . . Florida tan . . . 
history expert . . . Coffee? ... "I don't think I'll get 
through this course alive!" 




2 5B NEPTUNE STREET 
LYNN 
ELEMENTARY 
APRIL 27 



S.N.E.A. 2, 3; A.C.E. 2, 3; Book Club 2; S.T.C. Aide 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom 
Ticket Committee; Costume Committee; Sophomore Show; Honors Program 
4; Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Love Is News 



Jack . . . good student . . . nurse's room . . . "I'm tired" 
. . . efficient . . . "Have you seen Rosalyn?" . . . "Let's 
eat" . . . attractive clothes . . . interested in travel . . . 
"When is the next test?" 



29 EVERETT STREET 
EVERETT 
ELEMENTARY 
MARCH 8 




Book Club 4; Glee Club 1, 2; Cheerleaders 1, 2, 3, 4; Cafeteria Associates 4; 
S.T.C. Aide 1, 2, 4; Open House Committee; Freshman Tea Committee; Junior 
Prom Committee; Class Day Tea and Reception Committee; Senior Reception 
Committee; Council Representative 4; Freshman Banquet Entertainment; 
W.A.A. Basketball 1; Field Hockey 1, 2; Soccer 1, 2; Softball 1; Dean's List 
2, 3, 4. 



High Noon 



Happy Saint Patrick's Day . . . "You think I'll tell you 
. . . quiet . . . nice smile . . . interests in Tennessee . 
fraternity pin ... "I think I'll go to California." 




152 CHAPIN STREET 
SOUTHBRIDGE 
BUSINESS 
AUGUST 14 



Pi Omega Pi 3, 4; Tri Mu 1, 2, 3, 4; E.B.T.A. 3, 4; U.B.E.A. 4; Auditing 
Committee 4; General Welfare Committee 4; Freshman Show; Sophomore 
Show; Dean's List 2. 



Girl Most Likely 



"Cash" . . . Evicted Club . . . Sleeping Beauty . . . cut-itis 
. . . "Listen to this" . . . Teacher's Pet ... "I come from 
the South, South Mass., that is." 



(Claire l^Jarie St. jpi 



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2 5 CYR DRIVE 
LAWRENCE 

BUSINESS 
JANUARY 18 




Book Club 2, Treasurer 3; Pi Omega Pi 3, 4; Program Committee 3, 4; Dean's 
List 3, 4. 



Young at Heart 



Inexhaustible exuberance . . . "Hey kids!" . . . Always 
remember Salem . . . "Where's Lee?" . . . quiet type . . . 
Sweet sophistication . . . Graduation is near at last ... a 
real lady. 




WHEELER ROAD 
WEST TOWNSEND 
BUSINESS 
FEBRUARY 13 



Tri Mu 1, 2, 3, 4; Pi Omega Pi 2, 3, 4, Project Committee 3, Pledging 3, 4; 
Bookstore Associates 1, 2, 3, 4; E.B.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Auditing Committee 3, 
Chairman 4; Insurance Committee 3; Finance Committee 4; Treasurer's 4; 
General Welfare 4; Business Dance Decoration Committee 4; Orientation Day 
Committee 2, 3; Dance Committee 1; Senior Reception Committee; Open 
House Guide 3; Sophomore Show; Log Typist 2, Circulation 3; Laurel Chain 
3; W.A.A. First, Second, Third, Fourth Awards; Basketball 1, 3; Soccer Honor 
Team 1, 3; Volleyball 1; Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4; Honors Program 4. 



The First Wife 



Marriage is wonderful . . . one of Bessie's nine 
. . . bookstore discussions . . . "long way to 
Maryland" . . . nine walls . . . "Do it now" . . . 
boss of the store . . . lots of fun. 




71 LAWRENCE STREET 
MALDEN 
JUNIOR HIGH 
SEPTEMBER 21 




V A. 

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Cafeteria Associates 2, 3, 4; Kappa Delta Phi 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee; 
Senior Reception; Junior Week; Dance Committees 2, 3; M.A.A. Dance 1, 2, 
3, 4; Initiation Show 1; Log 2; M.A.A. Baseball 1, 2, 3; Varsity Basketball 1, 
2, 3, 4; Intramural Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Soccer 1. 



Scit n relay's Hero 



Social Studies Major ... "I saw this show on T.V." . . . 
"Food!" . . . "Two cans" . . . "Ya know" . . . Norma . . . 
aim — T.V. in every classroom . . . extra-curricular house?? 
... "I thumbed a ride." 




ELMWOOD ROAD 
BILLERICA 
BUSINESS 
FEBRUARY 18 



Book Club 1, Treasurer 2; E.B.T.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Pi Omega Pi 2, Corresponding 
Secretary 3, 4; Business Council Representative 4, Constitution Committee 4; 
Cooperative Council Representative 1; Open House Committee 3; Sophomore 
Show; W.A.A. Swimming 1, 2; Dean's List 2, 3, 4; Honors Program 4. 



Bundle of Joy 



Party doll . . . "I'm having a party" . . . Convention sup- 
porter . . . "They're driving me crazy" ... 5th floor . . . 
"Let's dance" . . . Monday lunch . . . Always helpful . . . 
Spaghetti . . . Julie. 



18 CABOT STREET 
SALEM 
ELEMENTARY 
JULY 10 




A.C.E. 3, 4; Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4; Freshman Tea; Initiation Committee 2; 
Fieshman Talent Show; Sophomore Show; Make-Up Committee; Initiation 
Banquet Entertainment; Brother-Sister Tea Entertainment; Orientation Enter- 
tainment 3; Laurel Chain 3; W.A.A. First Award; Basketball 2; Field Hockey 
3; Soccer 2; Swimming 2; Volleyball 2; Dean's List 2, 3. 



So This Is College 



Moe . . . "Good grief!" . . . Chez T's . . . "Any connections 
at the Diddle?" . . . Monsieur Francois . . . "Is that bad?" 
. . . "I'm about to have a flum!" . . . "Don't panic, we've 
got it made." 




9 WARD STREET 
LYNN 
JUNIOR HIGH 
JANUARY 10 



Camera Club; M.A.A. Baseball 2; Basketball 1; Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 
3, 4; Intramural Football 1, 2, 3, 4. 




21 TRACEY STREET 
PEABODY 
BUSINESS 
APRIL 15 




Book Club 1, 3, 4, Vice-President 2; Pi Omega Pi 1, 2, 3, 4; E.B.T.A. 1, 2, 3, 
4; U.B.E.A. 4; Kappa Delta Phi 2. 3, 4; Circle K 2, Secretary 3, 4; Business 
Council Representative 2, 3; Cap and Gown Committee 4; Soccer Dance Com- 
mittee 4; Sophomore Show; M.A.A. Intramural Football 1, 2, 3; Soccer 2, 3, 4; 
Honors Program 4; Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Me Mister 



"Commona my house, ssh!" . . . Ask Nick . . . bush- 
whacker . . . one out of every ten . . . "It's Nickie's fault" 
. . . personality plus . . . "He's crazy" . . . Japan's dance 
sensation . . . Cootchie-coo. 




29 OCEAN STREET 
BEVERLY 
ELEMENTARY 
JUNE 27 



A.C.E. 2, 3, 4; Freshman Tea Committee; Brother-Sister Tea Committee; Ju- 
nior Prom King and Queen Committee; Finance Committee 4; Public Relations 
Committee 4; Freshman Talent Show; Sophomore Show; Variety Show 2; 
Quartet Contest 1, 2; Orientation Entertainment 3; W.A.A. Basketball 2; 
Volleyball 2; First Award; Dean's List 4. 



My Fair Lady 



Ei . . . "Hi, kids" . . . sweet and serene . . . Moose . . . 
Honeybun . . . P.J. party ... so stylish . . . "You're so 
silly!" . . . "Gee Whiz!" . . . "Honestly" . . . "Are you 
kidding me?" 



397 LYNN STREET 
MALDEN 
ELEMENTARY 
FEBRUARY 22 




Glee Club 1; S.N.E.A. 4; S.T.C. Aide 1; Initiation Banquet Entertainment; 
Freshman Dance Committee; Jazz Concert Decoration Committee 3; Junior 
Prom Decoration Committee; Class Day Tea and Reception Committee; Variety 
Show 2; W.A.A. Swimming 2. 



The Inn of the Sixth Happiness 



"Box me, crate me, send me to Japan" . . 
. . . off to 800 . . . our American Myoshi 
the diner to study." 



one of the trio 
. . "Let's go to 




7 STOCKER AVENUE 
LYNN 
ELEMENTARY 
JULY 13 



S.T.C. Aide 1, 2, 3, 4; Cafeteria Associates 4; Book Club 2; Glee Club 1, 2; 
Arts and Crafts Club 1, 2; S.N.E.A. 1; A.C.E. 2; Freshman Tea Committee; 
Open House Committee 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee; Class Day Tea 
and Reception Committee; Senior Reception Committee; Initiation Banquet 
Entertainment; Council Talent Show; Sophomore Show; Daisy Chain; W.A.A. 
Publicity Manager 3; Basketball 2; Field Hockey 2; Soccer 2; Tennis 2; Volley- 
ball 1, 2; Dean's List 4. 



Let's Go 



Talented . . . "Oops, I made a mistake" . . . "Oh, really?" 
. . . "I didn't lose my job — the store burned down!" . . . 
"Ed love to go to a party" . . . beautiful smile. 



112 TREMONT STREET 
PEABODY 
BUSINESS 
OCTOBER 28 




E.B.T.A.; U.B.E.A.; Pi Omega Pi 2, 3, 4; Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4; Business 
Council Representative 1, 2, 4; Conference 4; Freshman Tea Committee; Dance 
Committee 1, 2; Junior Prom Invitations Committee Chairman; Cap and Gown 
Committee 4; Daisy and Laurel Chain Committee 4; Business Council Dance 
Committee 4; Program Committee 3, 4; Auditing Committee 3, 4; Freshman 
Show; Sophomore Show; Daisy Chain Marshall 3; W.A.A. Treasurer 4; Man- 
ager Hiking 3; Archery 4; Basketball 2, 3; Field Hockey 2, 3, 4; Softball 4; 
Soccer 2, 3, 4; Swimming 2; Volleyball 3, 4; Honors Program 4; Dean's List 
1, 2, 3, 4; Ivy Orator. 



Dream Girl 



Sp-irkling warmth . . . West Point '56 . . . Rsh! Rah! . . . 
itchy feet . . . Florida sunshine . . . Filene's . . . Cha-cha-cha 
. . . "Oh, yeh?" . . . one of the gang . . . mind of her own. 




The Court ] ester 



Math Major . . . mad scientist . . . "Here comes 
Santa Claus" . . . "Listen to this joke" . . . "Hey 
Roland" . . . playboy . . . "We're going down to 
Hoagies" ... a little Jack Parr . . . "Yeh, Yeh!" 





Book Club 1, 2; E.B.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Pi Omega Pi 3. 4; Co-Chairman Typing 
Committee 2; Cap and Gown Committee 4; Cooperative Council Representative 
4; Sophomore Show 2. 



Baby Doll 



Starry eyes ... "I hate you" . . . California correspondence 
. . . "Let's play cards" . . . adept with a needle . . . "Tear- 
ible" . . . "The ham was salty" . . . Maney's gone again. 




42 FRANKLIN STREET 
MEDFORD 
JUNIOR HIGH 
FEBRUARY 11 



Glee Club 2, 3; S.T.C. Aide 2; Activities Committee 4; Class Day Tea and 
Reception Committtee Chairman; Senior Reception Committee; Daisy and 
Laurel Chain Committee 4; Sophomore Show; Daisy Chain 3; W.A.A. First, 
Second, Third Awards; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey 1, 2, 3; Soccer 2, 3; 
Volleyball 2, 3; Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4; Honors Program 4. 



As Thousands Cheer 



Math Major . . . conservative . . . Jimmy . . . Connecticut 
bound . . . earning a B.S and MRS . . . wedding bells . . . 
"I'll never tell" . . . neat and petite . . . house on wheels. 



onitance ^Jkomas 



4 SPRUCE STREET 
DANVERS 
ELEMENTARY 
SEPTEMBER 9 




Glee Club 2, 3; S.N.E.A. 4; Junior Prom King and Queen Committee Chair- 
man; Junior Prom Program, Decoration Committees; General Welfare Com- 
mittee 4; Class Day Tea and Reception Committee; Cap and Gown Committee 
4; Senior Reception Committee; Initiation Banquet Entertainment; Sophomore 
Show; Dean's List 2, 3, 4. 



Joy of Living 



Connie . . . facial expressions . . . talented . . . excellent 
student . . . "Boy, we haven't got long now!" . . . school 
socials . . . "We are going to the supper" . . . sparkling 
personality. 




19 MANNING STREET 
SALEM 
ELEMENTARY 
JULY 10 



Book Club 2; S.T.C. Aide 1, 2; Public Relations Committee 4; Freshman Tea 
Committee; Junior Prom Favors Committee; Senior Reception Committee; 
W.A.A. Basketball 4; Field Hockey 4; Soccer 4. 



Till the End of Time 



Paul . . . summer bride . . . Kennedy . . . "My father took 
this course" . . . history elective . . . "Now, Bunny!" . . . 
sports . . . thoughtful . . . member of a professional family 
. . . "Oh, come on!" 



Salvatore ^4. ^JotL 



MANNING STREET 
MEDFORD 
JUNIOR HIGH 
JANUARY 11 





Earth Science Club 3, 4; S.N.E.A. 3; M.A.A. Intramural Basketball 3, 4; Intra- 
mural Football 3, 4. 



The Wild Blue Yonder 



New Mexico A. & M. . . . lady killer . . . "Buster" . . . soft 
voice . . . ringside seat . . . "Pineapple" . . . crazy legs . . . 
Blue Beetle . . . olive complexion . . . blue streak on the 
Lynnway . . . five-eight. 

"'Degree to be granted after completion of courses. 




197 LORING AVENUE 
SALEM 
JUNIOR HIGH 
AUGUST 20 



Earth Science Club 1, 2; S.T.C. Aide 1, 2; Freshman Tea; Sophomore Dance; 
Junior Prom; Orientation 3, 4; Sophomore Show; Dean's List 2, 4. 



La Parisienne 



Social Studies Major . . . Frenchy . . . "Let's go for pizza" 
. . . John . . . "Throw down the stairs my coat" ... "I have 
to go to work" . . . "Listen to this joke." 



829 BROADWAY 
FALL RIVER 
BUSINESS 
JUNE 16 




U.B.E.A. 4; E.B.T.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Tri Mu 1, 2, 3, 4; Pi Omega Pi 2, 3, 4, Ethics 
Committee 3, Initiation 3, Pledging 3; Auditing Committee 2, 3, 4; Social 
Committee 2; Public Relations 3, 4; Senior Reception Committee; Open House 
Committee 3; Investiture Committee 4; Junior Prom Invitations Committee; 
Business Council Dance Committee 4; Sophomore Show; Log Typist 1, 2, 
Circulation 3, 4; W.A.A. First Award; Basketball 1; Volleyball 1; Dean's 
List 3, 4. 



The Reluctant Debutante 



One of Bessie's nine . . . O.C.'s . . . stylish dresser . . . con- 
ferences . . . "Wanna chuff?" . . . Four walls . . . Poopsie 
. . . "I want a window" . . . Connecticut bound . . . 
"Studying is my hobby." 




PLYMOUTH 
BUSINESS 
NOVEMBER 19 
101 STANDISH AVENUE 




Pi Omega Pi 3, Vice-President 4, Initiation 3, 4, Pledging 3, 4, Ethics 3; 
Tri Mu 1, 2, 3, 4; E.B.T.A. 1, 2, 4; U.B.E.A. 4; Orientation Day Committee 
2, 3; Public Relations 2, 3, Co-Chairman 4; Auditing 3, 4; Invitations 3; 
Business Council Dance 4; Senior Reception; Open House 3; Banquet Enter- 
tainment Committee 2; Council Representative 1; Sophomore Show; Log Typist 
2, 3, Circulation Manager 3, 4; W.A.A. First Award; Basketball Honor Team 
2; Field Hockey 2; Soccer 2, 3; Dean's List 4. 



A Little Bit of Fluff 



Sweet petite ... "I forgot to sign those letters" . . . "But 
I don't have a ride" . . . "Oh, no!" . . . new car? . . . one 
of Bessie's nine . . . conferences . . . Frankie Machine . . . 
Pilgrim's Progress. 



U-)avid (^u^ene \Jincent 



KERN WOOD AVENUE 
BEVERLY 
JUNIOR HIGH 
FEBRUARY 13 




Choir; Freshman Tea Entertainment; Sophomore Show; M.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Dean's List 2, 3. 




Bridge on the River Kuai 



Social Studies Major . . . Janice . . . "Bridge, 
anyone?" . . . When I make my first million" 
. . . boats, photography, and books . . . "All this 
fuss and bother just to graduate." 



-Jtfreda W. VioLt 



70 KIRTLAND STREET 
LYNN 
ELEMENTARY 
JUNE 4 




Book Club 2; S.T.C. Aide 1; A.C.E. 1, Secretary 2, Vice-President 3, President 
4; Freshman Tea Committee; Dance Committee 2, 3; Brother-Sister Tea Com- 
mittee 3; Sophomore Show; W.A.A. Basketball 2; Field Hockey 2; First Award; 
Dean's List 4. 



Three Smart Girls 



Freda . . . station wagons . . . Chez-T's . . . loyal deGaullist 
. . . "Bleach my hair, kids." . . . G. and T.'s . . . the happy 
trio ... "I mean, do you care?" . . . diner . . . the neck . . . 
sun, sea, and sun. 



^ydl^red J}. \J belli 




1 BERTUCCIO AVENUE 
SALEM 
ELEMENTARY 
JANUARY 8 



Class President 3; Kappa Delta Phi 2, Master of Ceremonies 3, Secretary 4; 
Circle K 4; Freshman Tea Committee; Dance Committee 1, 2; Initiation Com- 
mittee 2; Open House Committee 2, 3; Junior Week Committee; Finance Com- 
mittee 4; Council Representative 1, 3; Freshman Show; Sophomore Show; In- 
vestiture Marshall 3; Commencement Usher 3; M.A.A. Intramural Basketball 
1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Football 1, 2. 



Sunny Side Up 



Pret . . . "I'm going on the co-op plan" . . . referee . . . 
school spirit . . . "What do ya say, kids?" . . . Giuseppe 
. . . "I bombed that one" . . . Mr. Show Business . . . dancer. 



59 CARNES STREET 
LYNN 
BUSINESS 
MARCH 9 




Kappa Delta Phi 2, 3, Treasurer 4; Book Club 1, 2; Circle K 4; Junior Week 
Chairman 3; Senior Reception Committee 4; Open House 3; Kappa Delta Phi 
Pledging Committee 4; Sophomore Show; Commencement Usher 3; M.A.A. 
Secretary 4; Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Softball 3, 4. 



T/?f Pleasure of His Company 



Appendix . . . Elm Farm . . . love's shorthand . . . "Any- 
one for golf?" . . . pleasing personality . . . always ready 
. . . nice nurses . . . Geography expert . . . "Dues are pay- 
able on . ." . . . Cha-cha king. 




1 5 PINKHAM PLACE 
LYNN 
BUSINESS 
NOVEMBER 8 



Circle K 2, 3, 4; Book Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Sports Night Committee 3; Ring Com- 
mittee 2; Sophomore Dance Committee; M.A.A. Dance Committee 3, 4; 
Soccer Dance Decorations 4; Sophomore Show; Commencement Usher 3; 
M.A.A. President 4; Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Baseball 1, 2; 
Intramural Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Triple Play 



Tall and handsome . . . Union Pharmacy A.C. . . . West 
Point '56 . . . pajama top . . . "Make mine milk" . . . intra- 
mural star . . . "I'm in the mood for love" . . . submarine 
base. 



40 STONE STREET 
BEVERLY 
BUSINESS 
AUGUST 24 




EB.T.A. 2, 3; Pi Omega Pi 2, 3, 4; W.A.A. Dance Committee 2, 3; W.A.A. 
Representative 1; Basketball 3; Field Hockey 3; Manager Softball 2; Manager 
Volleyball 3. 



Perils of Pauline 



Letting my hair grow . . . Teachin' bookkeeping . . . 
Europe . . . "I've got a bone in my big . . ." Student 
teachin' . . . Methods? . . . "Let's go for a smoke." 




22 y 2 DUNLAP STREET 
SALEM 
JUNIOR HIGH 
OCTOBER 9 



Class Secretary 3; Earth Science Club 1, 2; Freshman Tea Committee; Dance 
Committee 2, 3; Junior Prom Committee; Class Day Tea and Reception Com- 
mittee; Sophomore Show; Laurel Chain 3; Investiture Marshall 3; W.A.A. Field 
Hockey 2; Soccer 2; Volleyball 2; Dean's List 4. 



Roman Holiday 



Social Studies Major . . . "He makes me laugh" . . . Aukie 
. . . "Why don't you stay at my house?" . . . that certain 
smile . . . Bobbi . . . "Would I love to go to Europe again" 
. . . "Oh, really!" 



120 BEACON HILL AVENUE 
LYNN 
JUNIOR HIGH 
JULY 31 




Circle K 4; Kappa Delta Phi 2, 3, 4; Weather Club 1, 2; Freshman Dance; 
Sophomore Show; M.A.A. Dance 2, 3; Commencement Usher 3. 





21 LARCHMONT ROAD 
SALEM 
ELEMENTARY 
JANUARY 22 



Earth Science Club 2, 3, 4; Arts and Crafts Club 1, 2; Freshman Tea Com- 
mittee; Sophomore Dance Committee; Junior Week Committee; Class Day Tea 
and Reception Committee; Senior Reception Committee; Sophomore Show; 
W.A.A. First Award; Basketball 2; Field Hockey 2; Volleyball Honor Team 2; 
Dean's List 3. 



We Moderns 



Flossie . . . member of the W. O.'s . . . smoker . . . "Come 
on, kids" . . . Florida tan . . . "Yes, we had a lovely trip" 
. . . full of fun . . . perfect lady . . . Greek dances. 



37 ONEIDA STREET 
LYNN 
ELEMENTARY 
MAY 27 




Book Club 2; Log 2; Class Day Tea and Reception Committee; W.A.A. 1, 2, 
3, 4; Dean's List 4. 



What Price Glory 



Phil . . . "June is the month" . . . Turn Style . . . excellence 
. . . "Got change for cigarettes?" . . . mysterious . . . beau- 
tiful ring . . . member of the smoker . . . thirst for know- 
ledge. 




A.C.E. 2, 3, 4; Book Club 1, 2; S.N.E.A. 3; Dance Committee 1, 2; Sopho- 
more Show; Ticket Committee 2; Brother-Sister Tea 3; W.A.A. First Award; 
Basketball 2; Volleyball 2; Dean's List 4. 



The Love Parade 



Dee . . . diamond Lil . . . economics expert . . . Green 
Hornet . . . member of the smoker . . . full of surprises 
. . . future bride . . . "I'll make the poison now" . . . one 
of the trio. 



28 BROAD STREET 
NEWBURYPORT 
ELEMENTARY 
FEBRUARY 27 




Book Club 1; Freshman Tea Committee; Sophomore Dance Committee; Junior 
Prom King and Queen Committee; Class Day Tea and Reception Committee; 
Senior Invitation Committee; Sophomore Show; W.A.A. First, Second Awards; 
Basketball 2, 3; Field Hockey 3; Soccer 3; Volleyball 2, 3; Dean's List 3. 



The Jazz Thing 



"That's a definite punk" . . . rooming house . . . Plum 
Island lass . . . WAGON WHEELS . . . Peg . . . cha-cha- 
cha . . . "He's fine" . . . cradle snatcher . . . Florida tan 
. . . "I think I'll write a letter." 



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History 



Testing the Materials on Hand 
"All architecture is what you do to it." 

Because interior decoration has in its field many and varied patterns, every problem 
is a new one, presented from a new angle and from a different point of view. The 
decorator may follow one pattern strictly or he may take several aspects of artistic 
adornment and join them in harmony to produce the most beneficial creations. No 
matter which technique the artist may follow, he usually has very few problems to 
cope with at one time. On September 9, 195 5, however, the consulting staff of Salem 
Teachers College, under the direction of the Head Consultant, President Meier, was 
given the seemingly impossible task of solving nearly three hundred problems in decora- 
tion simultaneously. Faced by this almost insurmountable task, the Consultants chose 
to develop harmony through several styles. The major style was that of Education, 
with its subdivisions of Junior High, Elementary, and Business Education. 

After laying the plans through Orientation, interviews, and general aptitude tests, 
the artists enlisted the aid of a sophomore committee, under the leadership of Diane 
Casali and "Moe" Beaulieu, to dispense with any of the unusable decorations we had 
previously acquired. The committee decided to test color schemes by providing orange 
and brown beanies for us to wear during the Initiation period. After a week's rigorous 
testing, in an attempt to discover whether or not we were built on firm foundations, 
the sophomores helped us to celebrate the positive results of the tests on October 6, at 
the Initiation Banquet, held at the Salem High School gymnasium. At this festive affair 
our cornerstone was laid, and to celebrate our recognition as the Class of 195 9, we 
entertained the upperclassmen with a variety show. 

Our decorators voted to accept the results of the sophomore testing and decided 
to unite us in one project. For this reason we were brought together for our first class 
meeting on November 28. Here we listened to speeches by candidates for class offices 
and subsequently elected the following: 




Paul Ruelle, vice president; Nick Gianareles, president; Don Buckley, treasurer; 

Angie Booras, secretary. 



They were entrusted with the task of drawing up the blueprints for our Freshman 
year. Assured of our good judgment in selecting our leaders, we decided to send Don 
Buckley to represent our newly organized class at the student council conference in 
New York. 

Throughout our first year at Salem, many people encouraged us by showing that 
they were interested in the decorating field. Kappa Delta Phi and Council gave us a 
sample of their work in the form of a student lounge. Senator John F. Kennedy assured 
us at an assembly in November that he was interested in our building program. 

Although progress on our decoration was planned strictly along certain lines, we 
showed diversity in our exterior patterns by attendance at and participation in various 
activities. We supplied the W.A.A. and the M.A.A. with new materials for the strenuous 
program carried out in the gymnasium. We decked ourselves in glittering apparel for 
the Council Semi-Formal in December, and once again for the Christmas Party, also 
sponsored by Council. 

The W.A.A. chose a Roman mode of decoration on February 17, when the semi- 
formal, "Roman Holiday," was held. Representing the Freshman Class in the Queen's 
Court were Eileen Deschamps and Dorothy Holmes. 

Evidently our designers felt that they were accomplishing their goals with us, for 
they decided to take on a new set of problems, our successors. In order to introduce 
the prospective new class to college life, Open House was held on March 22. 

To demonstrate the results of their labor, Consultants put us on display for out 
parents at the Freshman Tea and Reception on April 22. At last we were nearing the 
end of our trial period. To prove that we were worth further effort, we were allowed 
to create two new activities. The first, on April 3, was a talent show with Al Viselli 
as Master of Ceremonies. The performers became the socialites on May 11, when they 
presented Carousel, an informal dance, at Chapel Hall. Jimmie Mosher and his orchestra 
supplied the music. Shortly after, on May 17, the women of our group gave concrete 
evidence of athletic achievement by receiving awards at the thirty-seventh annual 
W.A.A. Banquet. Two members of our class, Joan Gormalley and Phyllis Rizzo, were 
selected to be managers of Orange and Brown respectively. 

On June 6, 1956, we changed the color of our capes from yellow to blue at Move-Up 
exercises, symbolizing our completion of the testing stage. We were now the Sopho- 
more Class, ready to tackle and to overcome any flaws which might be found in our 
construction. 



CORRECTING THE DEFECTS 



"In vain we build the world, unless the builder also grows." 

The material at hand had been fully examined, and judgment had been passed; 
v. e were now ready tc undergo the correetion of any flaws in our make-up. We selected 
new leaders to carry us through the coming year: 

A wrecking crew of Sophomores, led by Flora Roberts and Jack Fasciano, were 
under contract to tear down the wall between the freshmen and the upperclassmen. In 
order to accomplish this quickly, the freshmen were put to work on a rigid schedule. 
After a week's labor, the last segment of the wall came tumbling down at the Initiation 
Banquet on September 2 5. Communication between the two groups was then carried 
on through the medium of entertainment. 

A symbol of our success was demonstrated on October 26, when we sponsored 
"Jazz at the Chapel." Mr. Panosian and the Mellotones supplied the music for this 
\ i ry successful affair, of which Bob Couture was chairman. 

Sophomore members of the cheering squad, including Marie DeLeo, Mary Jo 
Sweeney, "Winky" Amoroso, Jeanette Dimitri, and Sandy Boardman, sp;nt an exciring 
weekend rooting for our soccer team at West Point. 

Green and red became the motif during the month of December, when we ushered 
in the holiday season on December 13 at the third annual Christmas Party, sponsored 
by Council, and at the Book Club Christmas Party. Harmony to the tunes of "Jingle 
Bells" and "Hark the Herald Angels Sing" expressed farewells for 19 56, as we left tne 
student lounge to go home in order to prepare for the coming of Santa Claus. 




Sandy Boardman, secretary; Don Buckley, vice president: Paul Ruelle, President ; Louis Quinn, treasurer. 



Honors galore came to the Class of '5 9 during our Sophomore year. Two of its 
members, Sandy Boardman and Eileen Deschamps, were members of the Queen's Court 
at the W.A.A.'s Midnight Whirl, held on December 15 in Chapel Hall. Jack Walsh, 
George McGurn, and Joe Dalton went to bat for the Sophomores on the baseball team. 
We even had a model in the person of George Hennessey, who displayed the latest 
feminine fashions in the M.A.A. Style Show. 

Salem High School became our hall of fame as we presented On With the Show on 
April 3 and 4, under the direction of Eileen Malsberg. Our plea of "Brother, Can You 
Spare a Dime?" was answered in the affirmative, as was evidenced by a capacity audience 
and a consequent swelling of the Sophomore Class treasury. 

After much planning by Juanita Miller, we wore symbols of our new unity in the 
fcrm of class rings, which had now become standardized for the first time. 

June arrival brought us to the realization that we had completed half of our reno- 
vation, and that we were now ready to begin the third stage of our construction. Our 
Consultants decided to hold a two months' conference in order to prepare new material 
for the third stage, so work at the college was halted for the summer months, and we 
all went home to rest. 



ADDING NEW MATERIALS 



"He is the greatest artist who has embodied, in the sum 
of his works, the greatest number of the greatest ideas." 

After the interior of a building has been stripped as bare as possible, the decorator 
begins to utilize fully his talent to decorate the rooms as practically and as tastefully 
as he knows how. Thus it was that the Consultants began to work on us again in 
September, 19 57. They wove Professional Attitudes firmly into our patterns as the 
Elementaries and Junior Highs became apprentice Decorators at the Horace Mann 
Training School. These apprentices were confronted with from twenty to thirty Indi- 
vidual Differences, which until then had been merely words in lectures and textbooks. 

We became Big Brothers and Sisters to the incoming members of the Class of '61. 
Shortly afterwards our officers began to carry on the work of the Junior Class: 




Louis D'Ovidio, treasurer; Alfred Viselli, president; 
Roberta Whalley, secretary; Donald Buckley, vice president. 



1957 saw the fulfillment of a hope at Salem. Ground-breaking ceremonies marked 
the beginning of work on the long-awaited new building. Dr. Owen Kiernan, Com- 
missioner of Education, and Mrs. Alice Lyons, Chairman of the Board of Education, 
performed the symbolic ceremony. 



GROUND-BREAKING 
NOVEMBER, 1957 



The Class of '59 inaugurated the Campus Queen 
Contest at Salem, and the committee, under the chairman- 
ship of Bill McGinnis, chose December 12 as the date for 
crowning the sovereign. Nettie DeMasi brought fame 
to our class as she sat in regal splendor at the annual 
Christmas Party. 

CLIPPER Staff members were elected in April, in order that work on next year's 
Annual — ours — could be planned in advance and a class photographer be chosen. 
CLIPPER Staff personnel, headed by Barbara Damon as Editor-in-Chief, included Eileen 
Malsburg, Paul Ruelle, Sally Raynes, Beverly Nolan, Ellen Dowling, Angie Booras, 
Diana Amato, and Helen Babcock. Associate Editors from the various divisions were 
to be chosen during the following September. 

Although all members of our class were being decorated according to the general 
educational pattern, there were various aspects of the finishing of each product differing. 
Among the variations were baseball specialists, cheerleaders, and other campus notables. 
A television star appeared in Angie Booras, who gave a demonstration lesson over the 
first closed-circuit television program at Salem. 

A touch of fancy was added during Junior Week, May 19-23. Monday through 
Thursday saw a whirlwind of activity, including a Beach Party at Nahant, a Masquerade, 
a "Nite at the Pops," and a Mystery Night. The gala week culminated in a Prom at 
the Bradford Roof, one which was certainly filled with Magic Moments. Another mem- 
ber of the royal family, Margie Barrett, was presented to her subjects at the Prom. 

Representing our class at Ivy Exercises and Com- 
mencement were the members of the Laurel and Daisy 
Chains and the Ushers, who were chosen by the seniors. 
Mary Jo Sweeney and Sandy Boardman were Marshals of 
the Daisy Chain. 

For the third time we donned our capes, this time to 
become members of the Senior Class. After such a busy 
year, what could come next but a rest? Once again we put 
aside our books and memories of Junior Year and left 
S.T.C. for the summer vacation. 



CAMPUS QUEEN 
ANNETTE DEMASI 




LAUREL CHAIN 




USHERS 




J. Dalton, A. Harney, D. Buckley, L. D'Ovidio, A. Viselli, J. Gibbons, 
M. Curry, B. Nottingham, R. Connolly, R. Makela, 
M. Prochilo, P. Ruelle, J. Gould, R. Coutre, W. White, R. McCaffrey 



MOVE-UP EXERCISES 
PATIENCE 




C V l P*£ R 

Od w 




SUPPLYING THE FINISHING TOUCHES 



"Every genuine work of art has as much reason for being as 
the earth and the sun." 

When the Decorator nears completion of his task, he usually takes a final look, in 
order to make sure that he has overlooked nothing and to see if there is anything that 
should be added to improve his creation. The Consultants made this final check on 
the work of the Decorators in July and August, and when September arrived they were 
ready to add the finishing touches that would enable us to qualify as full-fledged 
Decorators. The Business Education Seniors would have their turn, beginning in 
February. This final training period was one of the most valuable phases of our college 
career. 

During September and October, as the College awoke for a new year, we spent 
our time in becoming acquainted with our Contemporaries, the underclassmen, through 
Initiation, following Orientation, and through the W.A.A. Orange and Brown party. 
Happily we watched the creation of a beautiful interior for our new building on the 
college campus. 

On October 2 5 we swung our partners to the music of Joe Perkins and his Kuntry 
Kallers at the CLIPPER HOEDOWN. Our friend, Jim Scarecrow, peering from beneath 
his tattered straw hat, seemed to give a wink of approval, as we danced 'round and 
'round him in Chapel Hall. 

Added to the CLIPPER Staff were Ann Murphy, Elementary; Annette DeMasi, 
Junior High; J. Louis Quinn, Jr., Business. 

Off we went to West Point on November 14 with our soccer team, to make our 
mark at the Academy. Not even this, however, could surpass the thrill we experienced 
through student teaching in cur respective home towns. 

The juniors decided to carry on the tradition we had instituted in 19 57; once again 
the Campus Queen Contest captured the interest of all. Again a member of our class, 
Sandy Boardman, was awarded the title at the Christmas Party. 



CAMPUS QUEEN 
SANDRA BOARDMAN 




Some people prefer antique decorations, while others have a liking for the ultra 
modern. Our tastes were diversified, embracing both the old and the new. To add a 
touch of the old, the CLIPPER STAFF continued the tradition of selling green carna- 
tions on St. Patrick's Day. A touch of the new was added by the W.A.A. when, for 
the first time, the annual semi-formal dance was held off campus, at the United Shoe 
Country Club in Beverly. 

By this time we had learned that in our decoration we sometimes receive the evil 
along with the good. An example, fortunately the first in the long history of the 
College, was the fire at the Horace Mann Training School, which caused some damage 
to two of the classrooms. This is the only incident which caused a setback in repairs 
un the building. 



SURVEYING 
THE DAMAGE 




Following our Spring Reading Period a mammoth task was in store for the entire 
student body, that of moving the books from the library of the old college building 
into the new building. This was accomplished by a human chain starting in Room 26, 
running down the fire escape, and on into the new library. Thirty pounds of books 
were packed in boxes handled by the men, of course! There was many a breath-taking 
moment as these boxes were passed along the line. The women were not standing idly 
by, however, as they formed their human chain and passed the empty cartons back 
for more books. It was quite an event! Liniment, anyone? ! ! 

Soon we were "papering the walls" with our signed contracts and beginning to 
compare notes on our future positions. The signing of these contracts made us realize 
that our last days at Salem were no longer so remote as they had seemed to be in Sep- 
tember, 19 56. Suddenly May 19 came, and we acquired a new dignity at Investiture, 
after which we modelled our academic garb proudly. Now we were caught up in a 
whirlwind of activity designed to reveal the fact that we were now a composite product 
of our college years, ready to face the future. 

As an example of our creative powers, we dedicated the 1959 CLIPPER on May 21. 
This crowning event for the Staff took place in the new gymnasium. 



To show that we had made the grade academically, we took a series of final exami- 
nations. Among those whose certainly did not need to worry over the results were 
the members of the new Honors Program, instituted in the fall of 195 8. Donald Adams, 
Barbara Damon, Barbara Finegan, Beverly Nolan, and Christine Perkins were some of 
the participants in this new program. 

Our social life reached its climax on June 1, when the Senior Reception was held 
at the Sidney Hill Country Club in Brookline. Then came Class Day, with its solemn 
Last Assembly for the Seniors, followed by the Move-Up Exercises June 3. It was with 
a feeling of mingled happiness and nostalgia that we tossed our roses to the juniors. 
Then it was off with caps and gowns and on with gala attire for the Senior Luncheon 
at the Hotel Hawthorne. After this, we hastened back to the college for the Ivy Exer- 
cises, with Mary Jo Sweeney as Ivy Orator. The last event of the crowded day was the 
Tea and Reception, which afforded parents and friends an opportunity to meet the 
faculty. 

On June 7, listening to the addresses of our Valedictorian, Francis Nolan, and our 
Salutatorian, Donald Adams, receiving our degrees, and raising our voices in the strains 
of Alma Mater for the last time as a senior group, we realized that we had been decorated 
in a pattern which will never become obsolete. We are alumni of Salem Teachers Col- 
lege, ready to demonstrate the value of the pattern which she has wrought. 

Sally J. Raynes 



ALMA MATER 

Here's to Salem College, 
Our Alma Mater dear; 
Here's to all the happy hours 
We've spent together here. 
When college days are over, 
And we are far apart 
We'll ever think of Alma Mater 
Salem, college of our hearts. 



pure stifle results from tlie ex- 
lusion of everything/ superfluous. " 



Ac cessor i es 



WOMEN'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 




EXECUTIVE BOARD 



Phyllis Cotti 
President 



Phyllis Rizzo 
Vice President 



Carol Dangora 
Corresponding Secretary 



Sandra Boardman 
Recording Secretary 

Ellen Dowling Barbara Damon 

Manager of Team Sports Manager of Individual Sport 



Mary Jo Sweeney 
Treasurer 



Jane Brudzynska 
Volleyball Manager 

Norma Ford 
Swimming Manager 

Judith Rafter 
Hiking Manager 

Patricia McInnis 
Publicity Manager 



Senior 
Mary Lemieux 

Frances Emerick 
Ann O'Leary 



Patricia Kimball 
Field Hockey Manager 

Patricia Keating 
Softball Manager 

Barbara Keating 
Playday Manager 

Sheila Monahan 
Manager of Orange 

CLASS REPRESENTATIVES 

Junior 
Joan Kelleher 

Freshman 
Mary Ann Hurler 
Nancy Gordon 
Patricia Moff 



Elizabeth Costa 
Basketball Manager 

Maureen McDevitt 
Soccer Manager 

Sandra Pierce 
Archery Manager 

Eileen Deschamps 
Golf Manager 

Mary Zappas 
Manager of Brown 



Sophomore 
Rosemary Moscato 

Patricia Bresnahan 
Ellen Langon 



Miss Wallace 



ADVISERS 

Dr. Mackey 



Miss Quirk 



MEN'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 



EXECUTIVE BOARD 



President 
John J. Walsh 

Recording Secretary 
Nicholas Gianareles 

Treasurer 
Charles Robson 



Vice President 
Demo Agganis 

Business Secretary 
John F. Walsh 

Publicity 
Francis Cooney 



Ad viser 

Dean Lawrence T. Lowrey 



BASKETBALL TEAM 




R. Alley, J. Delaney, P. Bennett, Mr. Twohig, D. Agganis, J. Schlegel, R. Brown. 
E. Johns, W. Miles, J. Hoffman, R. Kacherian, P. Loomis, J. McMannis, J. Splaine, 
R. Brown. 

BASEBALL TEAM 




J. McCarthy, R. Leary, R. LeBrun, Mr. Twohig, R. Brown, E. Murphy, D. Soper. 
L. O'Toole, M. Sabean, A. Robinson, F. Fabiszewski, P. Loomis, G. McGurn, J. Splaine, 
R. Brown. 



THE CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION 




COUNCIL OFFICERS 
Donald A. Buckley, President; Maurice Sabean, Vice-President; 
Mary Devarenne, Secretary; Richard Connolly, Treasurer; 
John O'Hare, Assistant Treasurer. 



CHAIRMEN OF STANDING COMMITTEES 



Alumni — Marie Collins 

Auditing — Ann Salo 

Finance — Mary Lemieux 

General Welfare — Elaine Jackimowicz 

Insurance — Ellen Dowling 

Library — David Prusky 
Eugene Riley 



Program — Abraham Cohen 

Public Relations — Carol Dangora 
Claire Victoria 

Social — Mary Brennan 

Eileen Deschamps 

Treasurer's — Richard Connolly 



BUSINESS EDUCATION COUNCIL 



P reside ut 

William Bernard 

Vice President 
Robert Haley 

Secretary 

Joanne Erelli 

7 reasurer 

Richard Lewando 

Adviser 

Mr. Jeffrey 



UNITED BUSINESS EDUCATION ASSOCIATION 





EASTERN BUSINESS TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION 




JUNIORS AND SENIORS 




FRESHMEN AND SOPHOMORES 



ASSOCIATION FOR CHILDHOOD EDUCATION 




Preside/// 

Alfrcda Violet 

Vice Preside/// 
Marie Audct 

Secretary 

Donna Simmons 

Treasurer 

Barbara Keating 

Adviser 

Dr. Hennessey 



STUDENT N. E. A. 




President 

M. Claire Gadbois 

Vice President 
George Roach 

Secretary 

Ann Hickey 

Treasurer 

Carl Johnson 

Me 1/1 Lye rship Chair /nan 
Marie Collins 

Advisers 

Dr. Mackey 
Miss Berman 



PI OMEGA PI 




Preside?!, Ann Hickey; Vice President, Claire Victoria; Recording Secretary, Margaret Walsh; 
Corresponding Secretary, Camille Sergi; Treasurer, Rocco Losano; 
Adviser, Mr. Jeffrey 



CIRCLE K 




President, Joseph McGhee; Vice President, David Dabrieo; Secretary, Daniel Spaneas; 
Assistant Secretary, Nicholas Gianarelis; Treasurer, Francis Cooney; 
Adviser, Dean Lowrey 



THE COMPASS 



Editor-in-Chief 
Phyllis Rizzo 

Associate Editors 
Barbara Damon 
Nancy Fleming 
Ann Hickey 
Eileen Malsberg 
Sally Raynes 
Margaret Moreau 
Janet Payer 

Ad viser 

Dr. McGlynn 




THE LOG 



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Editor-in-Chief 




Barbara Kutchukian 


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Associate Editors 
Albert Daly 
Shirley Lovering 


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Circulation Manager 
Claire Victoria 




Business Manager 
Ellen Dowling 




Head Typist 
Sally Giovanni 




Ad tisers 
Miss Casey 
Mr. Callan 




KAPPA DELTA PHI 




President, Austin Harney; First Vice President, James Gibbons; Secretary, Alfred Viselli; 
Second Vice President, Maurice Sabean; Alumni Secretary, Paul Ruelle; 
Treasurer, John F. Walsh; Chaplain, Richard Thomas, Master of Ceremonies, David Dabrieo; 

Delegate, William Ambrose 
Adviser, Mr. Salley 




EARTH SCIENCE CLUB 




President 

Carl Johnson 

Vice President 
Margaret Moreau 

Secretary 

Jane Connolly 

Treasurer 

Anita Lumenti 

Adviser 
Mr. Salley 



FOOTLIGHTERS 




President 

Roberta Rotondi 

Vice President 
Marilyn Fruit 

Treasu rer 

Richard Parker 

Publicity 

Francis Ferreira 

Recording Secretary 
Marjorie Fruit 

Corresponding Secretary 
Janet Juel 

Historian 

Norman Wallis 

Adviser 

Miss Marshall 




S. T. C. AIDES 



President 

Janice Murphy 

Vice President 
Sandra Pierce 

Secretary 

Joyce Henderson 

Treasurer 

Barbara Keating 

Adviser 

Dr. Mackey 





COLLEGE CHOIR 



President, James Dodge; Secretary, Daniel Sullivan; Treasurer, Leonard Brass; 
Librarian, Doris Belanger; Adviser, Dr. Clifford. 



WEATHER CLUB 




President 

Anthony DeSalvo 

Vice President 
Jeannette Dube 

Secretary 

Marie DeSimone 

Treasurer 

Maureen Connelly 

Adviser 
Mr. Geer 



CAFETERIA ASSOCIATES 



Adviser 

Miss Marshall 




BOOKSTORE ASSOCIATES 



Adviser 

Mr. Sullivan 




Jf^ecjin; to he gin is half the worh. 
JZet half still remain; again Lecjin 
this, and thou wilt have finished* " 




Contemporaries 




OFFICERS OF THE JUNIOR CLASS 




Joan Kelleher, Secretary; Henry Dembowski, Vice President; 
Maureen McDevitt, Treasurer; David Dabieo, President. 

JUNIOR CLASS ADVISERS 




Dr. McLain, Mr. Francis, Mr. Panosian 
Mr. Slater, Dr. Procopio, Dr. Sullivan 



ELEMENTARY JUNIOR I 




M. Feingold, W. Bourke, H. Dembowski. 

D. Hea!ey, J. Antonopoulos, J. Murtagh, M. Wood, M. Brennan, N. Harrington. 



ELEMENTARY JUNIOR II 




J. Meagher, N. Hendriks, P. Capen, P. Kimball, A. Daly, C. Ofilos, S. Pierce, J. Murphy, 

J. O'Neil, L. DeFilippo. 
C. Alaburda, R. Ojantakanen, A. Felch, J. Carroll, C. Curry, E. Walsh, S. Poirier, 

P. Chandler, B. Greehy. 



ELEMENTARY JUNIOR III 




J. Hibbard, E. Gaffny, M. Gillespie, J. Brudzynska, M. Hines, R. Rotondi. 
L, O'Neill, J. Hennan, J. Amero, B. Kutchukian, E. Stratouly, L. St. Jean. 



ELEMENTARY JUNIOR IV 




C. Zaccone, R. Highgas, N. Parsons, J. Kelleher. 

S. Cotter, M. Misiano, J. Sullivan, S. Gitletz, R. Rinaldo. 

J. Hoffman, F. Oakes, S. Marshall, L. Marcus, M. King, I. DiCarlo. 



JUNIOR HIGH JUNIOR I 




P. Barrett, J. Begg, P. Pesce, E. Murphy, P. Bennett, P. Kuihnieruk, P. Murray, 

D. Strobel, R. Smith, L. Vozella. 
M. Sabean, D. Prusky, J. Cunniff, M. Ectman, M. Nordin, N. Pinto, R. Maiella, 

C. St. Pierre, F. Smith, N. Xiarhos. 
L. Halford, F. Carroll, D. Crowley, E. D'Orlando, B. Dion, M. Walsh, A. Archambault, 

C. Barry, P. Mclnnis, D. Donovan. 



JUNIOR HIGH JUNIOR II 




S. Cleary, F. Ferreira, V. Malfitano, D. Mulcahy, R. Barrasso, T. Voyer, M. Krantz. 
M. Stone, D. Dabrieo, C. Walsh, P. Lusignant, P. Mahoney, E. Curtin, W. Thomson. 



BUSINESS EDUCATION JUNIOR I 




W. Miles, R. Haley, P. Phaup, M. Antonelli, J. Moroney, J. O'Hare. 
L. Gould, S. Shapiro, J. Doyle, D. Danas, S. Giovanni, J. Bassignani. 



BUSINESS EDUCATION JUNIOR II 




Dr. Woodland, D. Brennan, J. Duncanson, R. Thomas, P. Panagoplos, R. Connolly. 
M. McDonald, P. Bolino, E. Costa, P. Hammonds, F. Monahan, P. Skandalis, J. Molla. 
R. Farnham, A. Medici, M. Cotter, T. Healy, M. Anthony, M. Walke. 



OFFICERS OF THE SOPHOMORE CLASS 




Frank Croteau, Treasurer; Mary DeSimone, Secretary; 
Richard Brown, Vice President; Alphonse Angelli, President. 



SOPHOMORE CLASS ADVISERS 




Mr. Collins, Mr. Centorino, Mr. Seibert, 
Miss Marshall, Mr. Xanthaky, Dr. McGlynn. 



ELEMENTARY SOPHOMORE I 




J. Nelson, R. Brown, L. Brass, R. Brown, A. Robinson. 

F. Fabiszewski, S. Hull, B. Kinnie, D. Simmons, D. Callahan, J. Kingston, D. Healy. 
C. Parsons, F. Drabik, M. Harrigan, A. Collyer. S. Monahan, B. Keating, L. Davico, 
M. Rynne. 



ELEMENTARY SOPHOMORE II 




J. Foley, D. DeCola, J. Collins, C. Collins, J. Walsh, R. Sakey, A. Shea, A. Bowlby, 
J. Gallagher. 

D. Glass, A. Mello, P. Melanson, A. Dabose, C. Dow, D. Kelley, E. Fioretti, C. Bailey. 
G. Pucko, A. Raymond, J. Henderson, E. Stickney, R. Sallah, C. Joley, W. Murphy, 
B. Prevost. 



ELEMENTARY SOPHOMORE III 




R. Jarvis, J. Juel, M. Hall, D. DeGroot, M. Devarenne, C. Semonian. 

A. Saunders, J. Finigan, E. Cafferty, F. Schuster, D. Hudgins, J. Maines, P. Murtagh. 

G. Regan, N. Foster, C. Steeves, M. Gould, B. Bowen, B. Bunk, P. Fraser, C. Dolan. 



ELEMENTARY SOPHOMORE IV 




J. Dolan, S. Bolognese, J. DeGiacomo, L. O'Toole, D. Antezak, W. Lee, J. Cullen, 

A. Hoomis, W. Porcello. 
E. Polansky, G. Volpe, E. DeSantis, J. Russell, A. Marino, W. Bennett, I. Weston, 

R. Saris. 



JUNIOR HIGH SOPHOMORE I 




A. Smith, D. Donovan, N. Wallace, D. Hurley, T. DiSalvo, J. Daly, R. McCaffrey. 
G. Barry, H. Rowe, F. Latour, G. Roach, J. Fish, D. Phelan, J. Gauvain. 
IV1. Grady, M. Zappas, C. Shea, J. Dube, E. Gordon, L. Densmore, M. Coughlin, 
G. Spellman, P. Keating, B. Sullivan. 



JUNIOR HIGH SOPHOMORE II 




M. King, E. Knight, F. Croteau, D. Kelley. 

A. Angelli, J. Gorman, R. Washburn, R. McCarthy, V. McGrath. 

P. Jalbert, F. Kalapinski, M. DeSimone, J. McAlister, R. Pasek, C. Lloyd. 



BUSINESS EDUCATION SOPHOMORE I 




H. Eagar, J. O'Brien, P. Quigley, R. Judd, L. Woodman, J. Britt, E. Josephs, R. Burke, 
W. Leary. 

J. Ryan, G. Carrier, F. Belluardo, J. Tourtellotte, B. Pierce, D. Wheeler, F. Armstrong, 

F. Paiva, D. Prochniak, J. Vasel. 
R. Krause, B. Doyle, C. Bartera, I. Jahnle, J. Lovering, L. VanHorne, H. Hartley, 

L. Gianacopolis, H. Shauffer, L. Rosen. 



BUSINESS EDUCATION SOPHOMORE II 




J. Kelly, M. Moreau, S. Czachor, M. Clifford, J. Quinlan, M. Baran, G. Sullivan, 
J. Richards, J. Shaw. 

D. Blunt, F. Doyle, M. Bosco, P. Malolepszy, B. Scott, G. Collins, M. Freeman, 

A. Lumenti, C. Bardier, J. Berry, A. Puopolo. 
J. Connolly, R. Moscato, J. Payer, I. Fishbein, M. Dolfe, R. Gualtiere, J. Balliro, 

J. Matteau, C. Gendreau, S. Murphy. 



OFFICERS OF THE FRESHMAN CLASS 




Charles Hurd, President; Barbara Kelley, Treasurer; 
Norma Emerson, Secretary; Walter Cuffe, Vice President. 



FRESHMAN CLASS ADVISERS 




Mr. Martini, Mr. Geer, Mr. Salley, Mr. Sullivan 
Dr. Dower, Dr. Hall, Mr. Lustri, Miss Younis 



ELEMENTARY FRESHMAN I 




J. Wonson, R. LaBelle, P. Tache, K. Mizioch, F. Art, C. Hurd, J. Reynolds, J. Shickling, 

J. McNiff, S. Oragimian. 
G. Robinson, P. DeGregorio, A. O'Leary, A. Davis, P. Lorenz, B. Zak, J. Barnard, 

M. Dolan, P. Eagan, J. Moran, E. Towk, A. Siciliano. 
A. Daniels, S. Logan, J. Pelletier, J. Leary, J. Brown, C. Anketell, M. Buckley, S. Petitpas, 

S. Sullivan, D. Belanger, S. Prime. 



ELEMENTARY FRESHMAN II 




K. Donovan, S. Wetmore, S. Short, A. Viviani, B. Guarino, B. Lewey, M. Mallett, 

P. Bright, E. Doherty, E. Armstrong, B. Peterson. 
P. Bresnahan, V. Finn, V. Pavlis, M. Paolillo, C. Dycus, P. Dennen, P. DeVere, E. Jones, 

B. Myers, M. Mahoney, A. Santelli, J. Krantz. 
J. Jaroszewicz, T. Dodge, N. Perry, L. Nazzaro, E. Mongiello, J. Russo, N. O'Neil, 

M. Thelen, L. Hanlon, R. Zucco, J. Gauss. 



ELEMENTARY FRESHMAN III 




S. Chase, P. Foley, J. Segal, A. Haines, M. Maguire. J. Russell, B. Salloway. 
A. Bernard, M. Kiley, B. Lovett, N. Leonard, C. Riordan, J. Madden, M. Robinson, 
C. Pechinsky. 

M. Lada, N. Rowell, M. Langan, M. Pennock, B. Kramer, A. Genna, B. Hearn, 
L. Codwise. 



ELEMENTARY FRESHMAN IV 




N. Rowe, C. Moritz, B. Fahey, P. Bonia, P. Shirley, P. Michaud, J. Craven, 

M. MacEachern, L. Bennett. 
E. Cecelski, E. Callas, C. McDonald, J. Ames, B. Pszenny, C. Glebus, S. Blanchard, 

M. Chase. 

J. Masse, M. Cunningham, M. Cerniglia, D. Wood, D. Pecukonis, M. Muse, J. Zollo, 
S. Horgan, B. Freitas, N. Gordon. 



JUNIOR HIGH FRESHMAN I 




P. Dodge, J. Hilyard, B. Griffin, J. Fay, F. Barry, P. Beckwith, F. Davis, R. McGinness, 

N. Goldstein, J. Sweeney, M. Caverly. 
D. Streeter, W. Pratt, J. Powers, P. Moff, N. Duggan, F. Cleary, M. McCarthy, S. Snow, 

M. Hilenski, P. Blanchette, C. Saltzman, J. Dabrieo. 
A. Clark, C. Coulis, M. Plecinoga, G. Gagne, C. Nicolosi, S. Ferraro, G. Gordinier, 

P. McMullan, A. Ricciardello, J. Curtis, J. Enos, C. Van Riper. 



JUNIOR HIGH FRESHMAN II 




R. Nickolav, H. Shaffer, J. Delaney, V. Keene, C. Karavetsos. 
J. Gallagher, R. Leary, J. Mahoney, P. Grady, R. Hoffman, A. George. 
J. McCann, W. Bannister, R. Williams, B. Travis, E. Staid, D. Thompson, W. Brennan, 
B. Andreozzi. 



BUSINESS EDUCATION FRESHMAN I 




M. Malvey, F. Hall, W. Cuffe, R. Kelley, J. Bean, R. Merrill, P. Murphy, A. DiCarlo, 

B. Smith. 

N. Cashman, L. Doucot, S. Robinson, D. Marks, G. McGowan, C. Sullivan, M. DePalma, 

C. Simard, M. Hackett, A. Sobiesielska, K. Pickul, V. Voyer. 

M. Hurley, B. Dodge, J. Collard, E. Dinkin, M. Dupras, S. Carpenter, T. Morin, 
R. McGilvray, C. Neenan, E. Murphy, B. Kelley, R. Lenzie, L. Manseau. 



BUSINESS EDUCATION FRESHMAN II 




G. Aboshar, G. Pigeon, A. Assortarto, W. Turfin, J. Morris, R. Hanson, J. Bansfield, 

L. Flammia, D. Raffier, M. Sullivan, M. Notargiacomo. 
N. Rapoza, B. Wojtowicz, K. Marshall, F. Falzarano, L. Simoneau, J. Boudreau, 

E. Bryant, J. Calafut, P. Whitcomb, D. Smith, M. St. Pierre. 
P. Haggerty, J. Davis, D. Corum, B. David, J. Wojcik, F. Emerick, J. Battaini, M. Terra, 

A. Friend, D. Nelson. 



Mr. and Mrs. Peter Amato 

Mr. and Mrs. Anthony G. Anthonakes 

Mr. and Mrs. Maurice G. Babcock 

Mr. and Mrs. Harvey J. Babin 

Mrs. John K. Barrett 

Mrs. Grace Bisazza 

Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Boardman 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. Booras 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Campbell 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Caruso 

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Casey 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cazzara 

Mr. and Mrs. Louis D. Cheney 

Mr. Anthony E. Chiavelli 

Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Clancy 

Mr. and Mrs. Henry P. Connolly 

Mr. and Mrs. M. Leo Conway 

Dr. and Mrs. Gerard Cote 

Mr. and Mrs. Felix J. Cotti 

Mr. and Mrs. Auguste A. Coutre 

Mr. and Mrs. John E. Crowley 

Mr. and Mrs. Leonard A. Damon 

Mr. and Mrs. James W. Dangora 

Mr. and Mrs. J. Edison Darling 

Mr. Raymond Desmarais 

Mr. and Mrs. John P. Dineen 

Mr. and Mrs. Primo P. D'Ovidio 

Mrs. Mary E. Dowling 

Mr. and Mrs. John J. Doyle 

Mr. and Mrs. William L. Dunn 

Mr. and Mrs. James P. Fitzpatrick 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Foley 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Fournier 

Mr. and Mrs. C. George Freedman 

Mrs. Charles A. Friend 

Mrs. James T. Furey 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Gaudet 

Mrs. Cecilia Gibbons 

Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Gilbert 



Mr. and Mrs. James Gildea 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. Gold 

Mr. and Mrs. Francis P. Gormalley 

Mr. and Mrs. George Gove 

Mr. and Mrs. Domenic Grande 

Mrs. Edward V. Harding 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Hatcher 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Hayes 

Mr. and Mrs. George Hennessey 

Mrs. Steven G. Karalekas 

Mr. and Mrs. Alden Kardaris 

Mr. and Mrs. Albert L. Lane 

Mr. and Mrs. John J. McCaffrey 

Mrs. Charles B. McGhee 

Mrs. Rita Miller 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Murphy 

Miss Ruth Newhall 

Mr. and Mrs. Dennis J. O'Sullivan 

Mrs. Bertha M. Perkins 

Mrs. John E. Picone 

Mr. and Mrs. Theodore J. Piekos 

Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Prochilo 

Mr. and Mrs. James L. Quinn 

Mr. and Mrs. Henry R. Raynes 

Mrs. Ethel M. Roberts 

Mr. and Mrs. James T. Robinson 

Mr. and Mrs. Carmine M. Roselli 

Mrs. Albert V. Shortell 

Mr. and Mrs. Haig M. Soghigian 

Mrs. Thomas P. Smith 

Mr. and Mrs. John Tivnan 

Mr. and Mrs. Gerard Tremblay 

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Urban 

Mr. and Mrs. Eugene W. Vincent 

Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Violet 

Mr. and Mrs. Antonio Viselli 

Mrs. E. A. Yeannakopoulos 

Mrs. Martha Zantos 

Zavaglia Twins 



DIRECTORY 



Dr. Frederick A. Meier, President 



15 Larchmont Road. S.ilen 



FACULTY 



Amsler, James T. 
Antone, Michel J. 
Berman, Mildred 
Bradley, Mary A. 
Brudzynski, Alfred J. 
Burnham. Gertrude . 
Callan, Francis E. 
Casey, Mary E. 
Centorino, James J. 
Cld7ford, Timothy F. 
Coffey, Lorraine 
Cooney, Matthew W., Jr. 
Collins, Earle S. 
Dower, Margaret W. 
Francis, Edwin L. 
Geer, J. Clifford 
Giannini, Vincent N. 
Giunta, Joseph R. 
Groesbeck, George W 
Hall, Serena G. 
Hardy, Roger A. 
Harrjgan, D. Francis 
Hennessey, Leo F. 
Hoff, Lillian M. 
Jeffery, Bruce F. 
Jones, Mary M. 
Keily, Helen J. 
Kiefer, Charles F. 
Lowrey, Lawrence T. 
Lustri, Alfred 
Mackey, Helen T. 
Marshall, Marion S. 
Martini, Carl J. 
McGlynn, Edna M. 
McLain, Minor H. 
Moody, George F. 
Panosian, Stephen 
Piemonte, Joseph M. 
Prescott, Mrs. Elizabeth 
Procopio, Mary A. 
Quirk, Marie 
Riess, Richard O. 
Rockett, Richard H. 
Ryan, Thomas I. 
Salley, Paul V. 
Seibert, Grant W. 
Slater, Schuyler G. 
Smith, Janet 
Stone, Mildred B. 



R.F 



13 Chandler Road, Salem 
289 Locust Street, Danvers 
14 Parker Street, Maiden 
78 Rogers Avenue, Somerville 
260 Lafayette Street, Salem 
1 3 Summit Avenue, Salem 
5 Chase Street, Salem 
4 Plymouth Street, No. Abington 
71 Columbus Avenue, Salem 
142 Federal Street, Salem 
37 Temple Street, Newburyport 
54 Broadway, Rockport 
5 2 Puritan Road, Marblehead 
Webb Street, Middleton 
33 1A Harvard Street, Cambridge 
40 Bertram Street, Beverly 
83 Thoreau Street, Concord 
1 1 Bertuccio Avenue. Salem 
48 Garden Street, Boston 
50 Sawyer Street, Haverhill 
103/2 Granite Street, Rockport 
2 Margaret Road, Peabody 
18 Riverside Avenue, Gloucester 
117 Lafayette Street, Salem 
10 Mason Street, Beverly 
. 44 Cochrane Street, Melrose 

2 Auburn Court, Brookline 
16 Devereux Street, Marblehead 

. 349 Pleasant Street, Maiden 
49 Melvin Avenue, Lynn 
179 Aspinwall Avenue, Brookline 
2 Cathedral Avenue, Rockport 
17 Shetland Road, Danvers 
30 Prospect Street, Beverly 

3 52 Upham Street, Melrose 
3 Sheridan Road, Swampscott 
116 Summer Street, Stoneham 

22 Crowdis Street, Salem 
139 Federal Street, Salem 
D. Lowell St., Tessier Dr., Andover 
320 Marlborough Street, Boston 
183 Washington Street, Marblehead 
6 Oak Circle, Marblehead 
4 Violet Road, Peabody 
5 3 Western Avenue, Beverly 
3 Oxford Terrace, Beverly 
. 9 Merritt Street, Marblehead 
1731 Beacon Street, Brookline 
18 Raymond Avenue, Salem 



Sum. ivan, James B. 
Sullivan, Joseph A. 
Twohig, James E. 
Wallace, Mira 
Wineisky, Anthony P. 
With am, Beatrice 
Woodland, John 
Xanthaky, Nicholas 
Younis, Adele L. 



82 North Street, Andover 
21 Griffin Road, South Pcabody 
2 5 Fay Street, Lynn 
28 Lothrop Street, Beverly 
287 Locust Street, Danvers 
24 King's Beach Road, Lynn 
113 Gainsboro Street, Boston 15 
1 8 Sutton Avenue, Salem 
50 Cash Street, Fall River 



TRAINING SCHOOL FACULTY 



Cambridge, Doris A. 
Carlton, Teresa 
Conway, Celia G. 
Hale, Dorothy B. 
Hourihan, Mary V. 
Hudgins, Minerva M 
Linskey, Miriam E. 
McCourt, Agnes 
Munyan, Viola I. 
Rich, William A. 
Richard, Ruth M. 
Rikkola, V. John 
Small, Esther L. 
Southwick, Ruth L. 
Stanley, Dorothy B. 
Tamminen, Tauno O. 



168A Eutaw Avenue, Lynn 
17 Barr Street, Salem 
. 3 1 7 Lafayette Street, Salem 
5 Munroe Street, Salem 
12 Jacobs Street, Peabody 
13A Naples Road, Salem 
8A Loring Avenue, Salem 
21 Thorndike Street, Salem 
303 Lafayette Street, Salem 
9 Robert Road, Marblehead 
150 Bridge Street, Salem 
12 Linden Avenue, Salem 
224 Lafayette Street, Salem 
1 Roo:evelt Road, Salem 
245 Andover Street, Peabody 
348 Nahant Road, Nahant 



Andrews, Arlene M, 
Callor, Elaine M. 
Clark, Ann K. . 
Cooke, Catherine 
Healy, Marie 
Jones, Mary Ellen 
Kelly, Margaret M. 
O'Keeffe, Mary M. 



CLERICAL STAFF 

190 Essex Avenue, Gloucester 
43 Aborn Street, Peabody 
8 Bowden Street, Marblehead 
14 Clifton Heights Lane, Marblehead 
100 Federal Street, Salem 
. 75 3 Western A.venue, Lynn 
76 Norfolk Avenue, Swampscott 
8 Grove Street, Salem 



Williams. Gertrude R., R.N. 



Agganis, Demo D. (B) 
Amero, Mary J. (E) 
Anthony, Mary C. (B) 
Antonelli, Michael F. (B) 
Antonopoulos, Judith (E) 
Archambault, Anne M. (JH) 
Avallone, Arlene M. (JH) 
Barbeau, Andrea E. (E) 
Barrasso, Robert A. (JH) . 
Barrett, Paul F. (JH) 
Barrette, Madeline F. (E) 



NURSE 



JUNIORS 



27 Clashing Street, Salem 



16A Bedford Street, Lynn 
2 Mt. Vernon Street, Gloucester 
10 King Street, Peabody 
1 5 Sixth Street, Medford 
32 Ashland Street, Newburyport 
. 37 Charles Street, Haverhill 
111 Mountain Avenue, Revere 
1 1 Wallis Street, Peabody 
. 8 Castle Road, Nahant 
. 631 Western Avenue, Lynn 
22 Tremont Street, Stoneham 



Barry, Katherine F. (JH) 
Bennett, Paul L. (JH) 
Bolino, Phyllis M. (B) 
Brennan, Mary K. (E) 
Brudzynska, Jane E. (E) 
Buchan, William H. (E) 
Butler, Elaine M. (E) 
Capen, Patricia A. (E) 
Carroll, Francine M. (JH) 
Carroll, Johannah M. (E) 
Cartledge, Sarah O. (E) 
Chandler, Phyllis A. (E) . 
Cleary, Stanley F. (JH) 
Collins, Frances J. (Mrs.) (E) 
Connolly, Richard F. (B) 
Costa, Elizabeth A. (B) 
Cotter, Mary J. (B) 
Cotter, Sara A. (E) . 
Crane, Claire (E) 
Crowley, Diane A. (JH) 
Cunniff, James F., Jr. (JH 
Curry, Cynthia G. (E) 
Curtin, Edward A. (JH) 
Dabrieo, David G. (JH) 
Daly, Albert J., Ill (E) 
Danas, Dorothea (B) 
DeFilippo, Lucille T. (E) 
DeLena, Richard J. (JH) 
Dembowski, Henry S. (E) 
DiCarlo, Irene C. (E) 
Dion, Barbara E. (JH) 
Donovan, Denise M. (JH) 
D'Orlando, Elaine M. (JH) 
Doyle, Julia M. (B) . 
Farnham, Ruth E. (B) 
Feingold, Maurice (E) 
Femino, Katherine A. (E) 
Ferreira, Francis J., Jr. (JH) 
Finnegan, Marilyn T. (E) 
Flanagan, Jane E. (E) 
Fleming, Joseph V. (JH) 
Florence, Marilyn L. (E) 
Ford, Norma A. (E) 
Fruit, Marilyn R. (E) 
Fruit, Marjorie R. (E) 
Gaffny, Eleanor F. (E) 
Gill, Rosemarie E. (JH) 
Gillespie, Marlene L. (E) 
Giovanni, Sally A. (B) 
Gitletz, Sandra (E) . 
Gould, Laura B. (B) . 
Greehy, Barbara J. (E) 
Haley, Robert V. (B) 



167 Sheridan Avenue. Medford 
1 5 Highland Terrace, Medford 
139 Rear Essex Street, Lynn 
17 Spring vale Avenue, Lynn 
. 5 English Street, Salem 
60 Oliver Street, Somerville 
79 Sturgess Street, Medford 
90 Shute Street, Everett 
3 5 Pebble Avenue, Winthrop 
36 Greenleaf Street, Maiden 
Main Street, Rowley 
12 Jefferson Street, Winthrop 
3 5 Endicott Street, Lynn 

15 Cedar Street, Salem 

16 Birch Street, Lynn 
Cedar Street, Millis 

. 17 John Street, Chelsea 
40 Madison Avenue, Winthrop 
124 Wyman Street, Lynn 
100 Willow Street, So. Hamilton 

47 Foster Street, Peabody 
130 Castle Road, Nahant 
13 Ocean Terrace, Salem 

27 Buxton Street, Peabody 
26 Highland Avenue, Melrose 
. 59 13 th Street, Lowell 
447 Boston Street, Lynn 
2 Stowers Street, Revere 
5 0 Ashland Street, Lynn 
52 Pine Street, Swampscott 
24 Tremont Street, Peabody 
15 Bear Hill Road, Stoneham 
137 Loring Road, Winthrop 
3 0 Tremont Street, Salem 
. 156 Gore Road, Revere 
443 Meridian Street, East Boston 

48 Endicott Street, Salem 
5 Doty Avenue, Danvers 

1 1 Margin Street, Peabody 
5 5 Gardner Street, Peabody 
3 Walcott Street, Peabody 
5 3 Marianna Street, Lynn 
9 Centre Street, Winthrop 
169 Walnut Street, Maiden 
169 Walnut Street, Maiden 
43 Pearl Avenue, Revere 
5 Dolphin Avenue, Winthrop 

7 Houston Street, Wakefield 
26 Waverly Place, Melrose 

30 Chester Avenue, Chelsea 

8 Wallis Ann Road, Peabody 
37 Lenox Road, Peabody 
91 Reed Avenue, Everett 



Halford, Laura S. (Mrs.) (JH) 
Hammonds, Peggy A. (B) 
Harrington, Nancy D. (E 
Healey, Dianne M. (E) 
Healey, Theresa E. (B) 
Hendricks, Nancy E. (E) 
Hennan, Judith L. (E) 
Hibbard, June A. (E) . 
Highgas, Ruby F. (E) . 
Hines, Maureen A. (E) 
Hodgdon, Nancy C. (E) 
Hoffman, Janet M. (E) 
Homer, Katherine L. (Mrs.) (E 
Horgan, Sheila A. (E) 
Hunkins, Francis P. (E) 
Jachimowicz, Elaine D. (B) 
Johnson, Carl H. (JH) 
Johnson, Joan J. (E) . 
Kelleher, Joan M. (E) 
Kimball, Patricia M. (E) 
King, Marilyn A. (E) . 
Krantz, Marshall A. (JH) 
Kushnieruk, Peter A. (JH) 
Kutchukian, Barbara J. (E) 
LaSota, Robert (JH) . 
LeDuc, Irene M. (JH) 
Leone, Lorraine R. (E) 
Letourneau, Joanne M. (E) 
Lovering, Shirley J. (E) 
Lusignant, Patricia A. (JH) 
Mahoney, Peter J. (JH) 
Maiella, Rosemarie (JH) . 
Malfitano, Vito G. (JH) 
Maloney, Sheila E. (E) 
Maravelias, Elaine (E) 
Marcus, Lois A. (E) 
Marshall, Sandra J. (E) 
Martin, Robert J. (E) 
McCarthy, Arthur J. (E) . 
McDermott, William F. (E) 
McDevitt, Mary F. (E) 
McDonald, Marcia J. (B) . 
McGinness, William H. ( JH j 
McInnis, Patricia A. (JH) . 
Meagher, Judith A. (E) 
Medici, Angela B. (B) 
Messina, Sarah A. (E) 
Miles, Wayne C. (B) . 
Misiano, Maryann N. (E) . 
Molla, Joanne F. (B) 
Monahan, Faye F. (B) 
Moroney, James J. (B) 
Murphy, Edward J., Jr. (JHj 
Murphy, Janice M. (E) 
Murtagh, Joan M. (E) 



10 Smith Street, Marblehead 
66 Webster Street, No. Randolph 
. 1 5 Lynde Street, Salem 
3 5 Broad Street, Newburyport 
8 Echo Place, Lynn 
. 15 Fairview Avenue, Beverly 
109 Essex Street, Saugus 
14 High Street, Greenwood 
422 Washington Street, Woburn 
202 Loring Avenue, Salem 
. 6 Fielder Road, Beverly 
130 State Street, Newburyport 
3 8 Bond Street, Reading 
4 Columbus Avenue, Newburyport 
49 Corning Street, Beverly 
170 Query Street, New Bedford 
14 Sylvester Road, Burlington 
64 Elmwood Avenue, Lynn 
24 Rockmere Gardens, Lynn 
322 Haven Street, Reading 
47 Glidden Street, Beverly 
76 Cliff Avenue, Winthrop 
23 Beckett Street, Peabody 
34 Kingdom Terrace, Peabody 
70 Proctor Avenue, Revere 
. 1 1 Skerry Street, Salem 
14 Cataldo Drive, Revere 
3 59 Andover Street, Danvers 
189 Maple Street, Danvers 
25 Y2 Aubin Street, Amesbury 
154 Lowell Street, Somerville 
320 McGrath Highway, Somerville 
60 Bateman Avenue, Revere 
101 Ashland Street, Lynn 
1 1 Cameron Road, Lynn 
30 Woodside Avenue, Winthrop 
500 Essex Avenue, Gloucester 
14 Davenport Street, Haverhill 
. 7 Linden Place, Maiden 
2 57 Chatham Street, Lynn 
9 Billings Avenue, Medford 
8 Chapman Street, Charlestown 
25 5 Lexington Avenue, Cambridge 
14 Highland Avenue, Nahant 
6 Clifton Avenue, Salem 
3 3 Columbia Road, No. Andover 
3 8 Mansfield Street, Lynn 
113 Sunnyside Avenue, Arlington 
138 Stevens Street, Revere 
Prospect Street, R.F.D. 1, Norwell 
. Main Street, Lancaster 
. 4 Warner Street, Salem 
. 4 Hillcrest Avenue, Beverly 
Pluff Avenue, No. Reading 
27 Calumet Street, Peabody 



Oakes, Florence G. (E) 
Ofilos, Christy (E) 
O'Hare, John F. (B) . 

OjANTAKANEN, RUTH A. (E) 

O'Neil, Judith A. (E) 
O'Neiel, Lorena F. (E) 
Panagopolos, Peter (B) 
Parsons, Nancy J. (E) 
Pesce, Paul E. (JH) . 
Phaup, Patrick W. (B) 
Pierce, Sandra A. (E) . 
Pinto, Natalie C. (JH) 
Poirier, Sylvia A. (E) . 
Prusky, David (JH) 
Pullo, Barbara A. (E) 
Purcell, Jon J. (JH) . 
Rafter, Judith A. (E) 
Rinaldo, Rosalie L. (E) 
Rotondi, Roberta P. (E) 
Rundlett, Edward N. (B) . 
Sabean, Maurice J. (JH) 
St. Jean, Loreli J. (E) 
St. Pierre, Charles E. (JH) 
Schwarz, Stefen D. (E) 
Shapiro, Sandra G. (B) 
Skandalis, Portia (B) 
Small, Norma L. (E) . 
Smith, Frederick J., Ill (JH) 
Smith, Ralph L., Jr. (JH) . 
Sperounis, Theodosios G. (E) 
Splaine, John H. (B) . 
Stone, Morton A. (JH) 
Stratouly, Emily (E) 
Sullivan, Dorothy J. (E) . 
Tassinari, Nina R. (E) 
Thomas, Richard C. (B) 
Thomson, William O. (JH) 
Voyer, Thomas F. (JH) 
Walke, Mary G. (B) . 
Walsh, Charles B. (JH) . 
Walsh, Eileen M. (E) 
Walsh, Mary E. (JH) . 
Wood, Mary E. (E) 
Wood, Ronald L. (E) . 
Xiarhos, Nicholas G. (JH) 
Zaccone, Carol A. (E) 



10 Warren Street, Melrose 
15 Homesite Street, Lynn 
16 Princeton Terrace, Lynn 
71 High Street, Gloucester 
62 Superior Street, Lynn 
43 Park Street, Lynn 
21 Tremont Street, Peabody 
5 Stone Street, Saugus 
69 Haskell Street, Beverly Farms 
20 Ocean Street, Nahant 
816 Main Street, Lynnfield 
126 Riverdale Park, Gloucester 
24 Lynndale Avenue, Gloucester 
64 Maverick Street, Chelsea 
. 129 Endicott Avenue, Revere 
1 1 Fay Avenue, Peabody 
84 Greenwood Avenue, Swampscott 
. 36 Reservoir Avenue, Revere 
192 Laurel Street, Melrose 
40 Smith Street, Lynn 
. 2 Pleasant Avenue, Hamilton 
Merrill Street, West Newbury 
10 Japonica Street, Salem 
7 Dean Street, Stoneham 
. 5 Saltonstall Parkway, Salem 
. 45 Peabody Avenue, Dracut 
. 96 Reservoir Avenue, Revere 
5 1 Middlesex Street, Haverhill 
32 Vincent Street, Saugus 
664 Western Avenue, Lynn 
99 No. Common Street, Lynn 
17 Newton Street, Maiden 
93 Newhall Street, Lynn 
8 Cottage Court, Newburyport 
77 Lafayette Street, Marblehead 
2 8 Bennett Street, Beverly 
. 4 Park Street, Danvers 
3 Chase Street, Salem 
974 Bay Road, So. Hamilton 
22 Eden Street, Salem 
75 Conant Street. Beverly 
1 Wahtera Road, Peabody 
3 Netherton Avenue, Beverly 
27 Warren Street, Stoneham 
5 3 Charter Street, Salem 
151 Proctor Avenue, Revere 



SOPHOMORES 



Antczak, David L. (E) 
Armstrong, Francis E., Jr. 
Badley, Cynthia A. (E) 
Balliro, Joanne A. (B) 
Baran, Melvin D. (B) 
Bartera, Carol M. (B) 
Belluardo, Francis A. (B) 



(B) 



. 3 8 Charles Street, Salem 
460 Broadway, Somerville 
5 51A Summer Street, Lynn 
2 5 Walnut Street, Chelsea 
134 Boylston Street, Maiden 
60 Berkeley Street, Somerville 
44 Saunders Street, No. Andover 



Bennett, Winifred V. (E) 
Berry, Judith M. (B) . 
Bird, Edward F. (JH) 
Blunt, Donna L. (B) . 

BOLOGNESE, SABATINO J. (E) 

Bosco, Mary J. (B) 
Bowen, Barbara A. (E) 
Brass, Leonard H. (E) 
Britt, John F. (B) 
Brown, Richard D. (E) 
Bunk, Barbara C. (E) 
Burke, Richard H. (B) 
Burns, Sue E. (JH) 
Cafferty, Eleanor E. (E) . 
Callahan, Diane M. (E) 
Carrier, Gerald J. (B) 
Catania, William F. (JH) . 
Clifford, Malcolm O. (B) . 
Collins, Carol A. (E) 
Collins, Geraldine A. (B) . 
Collins, June M. (E) . 
Collyer, Ann M. (E) . 
Connolly, Jane E. (B) 
Coughlin, Maureen V. (JH) 
Croteau, Frank A. (JH) 
Cullen, Joseph B. (E) 
Dabose, Andrea J. (E) 
Daly, John P. (JH) . 
Davico, Louise M. (E) 
DeCola, Dolores M. (E) 
DeGiacomo, John E. (E) 
DeGroot, Donna M. (E) 
Densmore, Linda C. (JH) . 
DeSantis, Eleanor M. (E) . 
DeSimone, Marie A. (JH) 
Devarenne, Mary A. (E) 
DiSalvo, Anthony E., Jr. (JH) 
Dolan, Claire L. (E) . 
Dolan, John F. (E) 
Dolfe, Marlene L. (B) 
Doyle, Barbara A. (B) 
Doyle, Frances L. (B) 
Drabik, Frances S. (E) 
Dube, Jeannette L. (Mrs.) (JH 
Eagar, Henry A. (B) . 
Fabiszewski, Frederick J. (E) 
Finigan, Janet A. (E) 
Fioretti, Eleanor J. (E) 
Fish, Joel K. (JH) 
Fishbein, Ina P. (B) 
Foley, Judith K. (E) . 
Foster, Nancy A. (E) 
Fraser, Patricia A. (E) 
Freeman, Mary K. (B) 
Gallagher, Janis L. (Mrs.) (E) 



7 Maple Street, Gloucester 
135 Lowell Street, Peabjdy 
3 52 Upham Street, Melrose 
3 5 Mason Avenue, No. Billerica 
. 5 Lamson Street, East Boston 
33 Summer Street, Everett 
Town Farm Road, Ipswich 
138 Stetson Avenue, Swampscott 
140 Middlesex Avenue, Medford 
30 Elm Street, Lynn 

1 1 Wellman Street, Beverly 
30 Winthrop Street, Salem 

86 Ord Street, Salem 
67 Gov. Winthrop Road, Somerville 
22 Wigglesworth Street, Maiden 

15 Hazel Street, Haverhill 
93 Bayard Street, Maiden 

. 10 Howard Street, Waltham 
. 19 Louis Street, Chelsea 
19 Chadwick Street, No. Billerica 
306 Lowell Street, Peabody 
. 124 Elm Street, Everett 
143 A Walnut Avenue, Norwood 
3 3 East Corning Street, Beverly 
29 Swains Pond Avenue, Maiden 
8 Margin Street, Peabody 
. 1 Broad Street, Danvers 
5 3 Seagirt Avenue, Saugus 
. 406 Rantoul Street, Beverly 
163 West Street, Maiden 
12 Upham Street, Peabody 
191 North Street, No. Reading 
640 Essex Street, Beverly 

16 Duncan Road, Everett 
66 So. Prospect Street, Haverhill 

. 7 5 Pickering Street, Danvers 
2 8 Burnham Street, Somervilb 

12 New Ocean Street, Lynn 
. 1 5 Linden Street, Salem 

108 So. Pleasant Street, Bradford 
. 180 Robert Street, Attleboro 
1 1 Vale Street, Salem 
1 1 Aubin Street, Amesbury 
1 1 Meadow Street, Salem 
42 English Street, Peabody 
37A Northend Avenue, Salem 
34 Whitfield Road, Somerville 
26 5 Harvard Street, Maiden 
3 5 Cheever Street, Revere 
3 Michigan Avenue, Lynn 
. 4 Mason Street, Beverly 
24 Chester Street, Danvers 
7 Cleveland Street, Salem 
23 Roycroft Road, Peabody 
4 Bowden Street, Marblehead 



Gauvain, Joseph G. (JH) . 
Gendreau, Cecile L. (B) 
Gerarkaris, Eugene A. (JH) 
Gianacopolis, Lorraine (B) 
Glass, Diane E. (E) 
Gordon, Enid (JH) 
Gorman, John E. (JH) 
Gould, Marylyn A. (E) 
Grady, Mary P. (JH) . 
Green, Lawrence J. (JH) 
Gualtieri, Rose M. (B) 
Hall, Marie E. (E) 
Harrigan, Mary E. (E) 
Hartley, Hilaria A. (B) 
Healy, John D. (E) . 
Henderson, Joyce M. (E) 
Hoomis, Aristides J. (E) 
Hudgins, Deanna B. (E) 
Hull, Suzanne C. (E) 
Hurley, Daniel P. (JH) 
Jahnle, Isabel M. (B) 
Jalbert, Philip E. (JH) 
Jarvis, Ruth M. (E) 
Jerzyk, Rose N. (E) . 
Joly, Carol A. (E) 
Jones, Charles E. (JH) 
Josephs, Edmund G. (B) 
Judd, Raymond S. (B) 
Juel, Janet A. (E) 
Kacherian, Ronald L. (JH) 
Kalapinski, Frederick J. (JH) 
Karavetsos, Ernest (JH) 
Keating, Barbara A. (E) 
Kelley, David C. (JH) 
Kelley, Denise M. (E) 
Kelly, Jane M. (B) . 
Kingston, Joyce A. (E) 
Larkin, Thomas J. (JH) 
Lavoie, Kenneth L. (JH) . 
Leary, William J. (B) 
Lee, William E. (E) 
Lloyd, Courtney A. (JH) . 
Lovering, Jacqueline M. (B) 
Lumenti, Anita T. (B) 
Maines, Judithe C. (E) 
Malolepszy, Pauline M. (B) 
Marino, Antoinette (E) 
Martin, Leo A. (JH) . 
Matteau, Jean K. (B) 
McCaffrey, Richard F. (JH) 
McCarthy, Joseph P. (JH) 
McCarthy, Robert B. (JH) 
McGrath, Vincent F. (JH) 
Melanson, Paula M. (E) 
Mello, Adelaide S. (E) 



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52 Burrill Avenue, Lynn 
1 5 Union Avenue, Westport 
36 Paleologos Street, Peabody 

10 Saunders Street, Salem 
48 Highland Street, Revere 

668 Boulevard, Revere 
1 5 Stocker Avenue, Lynn 
4 Proctor Circle, Peabody 
5 3 Larchmont Road, Salem 
. 23 Warren Street, Lynn 
184 Essex Street, Maiden 

2 Rosemont Street, Lynn 
1 5 Ocean Terrace, Lynn 

39 Wellington Avenue, Lowell 
30 Franklin Avenue, Swampscott 
159 Federal Street, Salem 
16 Robinson Street, Lynn 
83 North Street, Andover 

1 3 Burton Avenue, Beverly 
. 3 8 Pond Street, Beverly 

Allen Road, Billerica 
. 40 Pingree Street, Salem 

5 12 Summer Avenue, Reading 
8 Garden Terrace, Salem 

19 Piedmont Street, Salem 
272 Essex Street, Beverly 
2 8 Broadway, Beverly 
1 1 Riverview Street, Beverly 

0 Minerva Street, Swampscott 

1 1 Summit Street, Salem 
20 Roosevelt Avenue, Beverly 

34 Prospect Street, Lynn 
1 1 Essex Street, Medford 

1 Washington Street, Peabody 
71 Tremont Street, Everett 

Abbott Street, Westford 
Pine Street, Peabody 

6 Kirkland Street, Cambridge 
76 Memorial Drive, Salem 
300 Beacon Street, Lowell 

14 Williams Avenue, Lynn 
171 Main Street, Maiden 

Ruggles Street, Wheelwright 
. 94 West Street, Milford 

3 8 Allerton Street, Lynn 
65 Clark Avenue, Chelsea 

98 Vine Street, Lynn 
. 47 Locust Street, Lynn 
. Lake Parkway, Webster 
120 Mt. Vernon Street, Lowell 
102 Williams Avenue, Lynn 
5 Massachusetts Avenue, Lexington 
43 Greystone Road, Maiden 
96 Melrose Street, Melrose 
SO Northend Street, Peabody 



Monahan, Sheila V. (E) 
Moreau, Margaret M. (B; 

MOSCATO, ROSEMARIE A. (B) 

Murphy, Eugene F. (B) 
Murphy, Sheila M. (B) 
Murphy, Wanda C. (Mrs.) (E) 
Murtagh, Patricia A. (E) 
Nelson, John C, Jr. (E) 
O'Brien, John F. (B) . 
O'Toole, Lawrence E. (E) 

OUELLETTE, ARTHUR J. (JH) 

Paiva, Francis V. (B) . 
Parsons, Cynthia L. (E) 
Pasek, Ronald J. (JFI) 
Payer, Janet E. (B) 
Peters, William J. (JH) 
Phelan, Richard B. (JH) 
Pierce, Barbara R. (B) . . 
Porcello, William P. (E) . 
Prevost, Barbara M. (E) 
Pucko, Virginia G. (E) 
Puopolo, Antoinette (B) . 
Quigley, Philip A. (B) 
Raymond, Alice L. (E) 
Regan, Germaine L. (E) 
Richards, Jean A. (B) 
Roach, George A. (JH) 
Robinson, Albert J., Jr. (E) 
Rosen, Linda R. (B) . 
Rowe, Howard A., Jr. (JH) 
Russell, Joanne M. (E) 
Ryan, John F. (B) 
Rynne, Maureen A. (E) 
Sallah, Regina V. (E) 
Saris, Ronald J. (E) 
Saunders, Ann (E) ,. 
Schuster, Frieda (*E) . 
Scott, Barbara M. (Mrs.) (B) 
Semonian, Carol A. (E) 
Shauffer, Helen S. (B) 
Shaw, Janet R. (B) 
Shea, Alverna H. (E) 
Shea, Norma C. (JH) . 
Simmons, Donna H. (E) 
Smith, Arthur Q. (JH) 
Spellman, Gloryanne T. (JFI) 
Steeves, Cecelia A. (E) 
Stickney, Eugenie M. (E) . 
Sullivan, Barbara A. (JH) 
Sullivan, Gertrude V. (B) 
Tarason, Robert (JH) 

TOURTELLOTTE, JANICE M. (B) 

Twomey, Donald E. (JH) . 
Volpe, Gloria M. (E) 
Wallis, Norman R. (JH) . 



. 1 1 Avon Street, Everett 
126 Bullock Street, Fall River 
. 36 Thorndike Street, Everett 
37 Laurel Street, Somerville 
. 48 McKinley Street, Everett 
808 North Shore Road, Revere 
30 Millard Avenue, Lynn 
3 Steele Street, Stoneham 
. 3 L Street, Lowell 
5 Calther Street, Stoneham 
67 Poplar Street, Danvers 
Plain Street, So. Braintree 
Off Hesperus Avenue, Magnolia 
. 278 Asbury Street, Hamilton 
697 Walnut Street, Fall River 
9 5 Harvard Street, Cambridge 
26 Woodlawn Street, Lynn 
13 South Shore Avenue, Peabody 
. 3 3 Harbor Street, Salem 
. 10 Roslyn Street, Salem 
. 15 5 Chestnut Street, Chelsea 
23 West Street, Norwood 
. 2 Mapleview Avenue, Lowell 
27 Herbert Street, Salem 
. 3 Vinnin Street, Swampscott 
. 62 Housatonic Street, Lenox 
41 Montrose Avenue, Pinehurst 
. 16 Albion Street, Salem 
Forest Road, Millis 
. 41 Sewall Street, Lynn 
29 Barnard Street, Marblehead 
5 83 Stevens Street, Lowell 
175 Hesper Street, Saugus 
. 29 Myrtle Square, Gloucester 
19 Turkey Shore Road, Ipswich 
1 1 Lois Street, So. Hamilton 
9 Chatham Street, Lynn 
341 Lafayette Street, Salem 
41 Baldwin Street, Charlestown 
. 21 Cheriton Road, Wollaston 
Grove Street, Marshfield 
. Turnpike, Rowley 
. 97 Ocean Street, Lynn 
. 37 Hillcrest Avenue, Beverly 
. 6 5 Pleasant Street, Stoneham 
175 Loring Avenue, Salem 
1 8 Oak Avenue, Peabody 
47 Glendale Avenue, Peabody 
28 Parker Street, Everett 
Nick Trail, Popponesset Beach 
16 Concord Street, Lynn 
. 17 West Street, Oxford 
2 Buchanan Circle, Lynn 
187 Winthrop Avenue, Revere 
. 2 5 East Collins Street, Salem 



Weston, Irma L. (Mrs.) (E) 
Wheeler, Doris A. (B) 
Woodman, Leonard A. (B) 
Zappas, Mary (JH) 



. 26 Abbot Court, Marblehead 
7 William Street, Shelburne Fall; 

6 Main Street, Essex 
. Greenway Road, Salem 



FRESHMEN 



Aboshar, Gail T. (B) . 
Aiello, Maryann F. (E) 
Andreozzi, Benedict (JH) 
Alexander, Richard J. (B) 
Ames, Julene M. (E) . 
Anketell, Carol A. (E) 
Apt, Frederick S. (E) . 
Armstrong, Ellen A. (E) 
Assortato, Antonio J. (B) 
Baker, Donald R., Jr. (E) 
Bannister, William P. (JH) 
Bansfield, James S. (B) 
Barnard, Janice E. (E) 
Barry, David F. (JH) . 
Battaini, Theresa R. (B) 
Bean, John R. (B) 
Beckwith, Peter L. (JH) 
Belanger, Doris M. (E) 
Bennett, Lois A. (E) . 
Bernard, Alice J. (E) 
Billows, Jean (E) 
Blanchard, Sandra L. (E) 
Blanchette, Peter R. (JH) 
Blinn, Bernard J. (JH) 
Bonia, Patricia A. (E) 
Boomhower, Barbaba A. (E) 
Bouchard, Ann C. (Mrs.) (E) 
Boudreau, Jacqueline A. (B) 
Brennan, William F., Jr. (JH) 
Bresnahan, Patricia E. (E) 
Bright, Margaret L. (E) 
Broomfield, Marilyn R. (E) 
Brown, Joyce E. (E) . 
Bryant, Ellen M. (B) 
Buckley, Mary L. (E) 
Callas, Elaine V. (E) 
Capuano, Anita O. (E) 
Carpenter, Sandra K. (B) 
Cashman, Nancy B. (B) 
Caverly, Martin B. (JH) 
Cecelski, Eleanore V. (E) 
Cerniglia, Maryann B. (E) 
Chase, Mary J. (E) 
Chase, Sally A. (E) . 
Cizon, Barbara E. (E) 
Clark, Ann M. (JH) 
Cleary, Thomas C. (JH) 

CODWISE, LUELLA E. (E) 

Collard, Joan M. (B) 



27Q l /2 Lawrence Street, Lawrence 
110 Highland Road, Somerville 
. 2 1 New Balch Street, Beverly 
18 Felton Street, Woburn 
Topsfield Road, Ipswich 
. 19 Walter Street, Salem 
29 Purchase Street, Newburyport 
39 Gull Road, Falmouth 
. 67 Yale Street, Medford 
109 Jefferson Street, Lynn 
4 Spring Hill Terrace, Somerville 
7 Cypress Place, Lynn 
30 Oakwood Avenue, Lynn 
1 Rockland Road, Marblehead 
. 176 Benedict Road, Pittsfield 
120 Stetson Avenue, Somerville 
. 23 Sewall Street, Lynn 
R19 Atlantic Avenue, Marblehead 
. 48 Woodville Street, Everett 
. 232 Jefferson Avenue, Salem 
. 67 Quinn Road, Lynn 
421 Park Street West, Reading 
41 Tyler Street, Lawrence 
32 Estes Street, Lynn 
. 247 Andover Street, Danvers 
. 23 High Rock Road, Maiden 
4 Hillcrest Road, Danvers 
17 Beverly Street, Methuen 
46 Mt. Vernon Street, No. Reading 
. 9 Phillips Circle, Swampscott 
4 Whittier Street, Beverly 
5 1 Walnut Avenue, Revere 
263 Merrimac Street, Newburyport 
201 McKay Street, Beverly 
180 Main Street, Melrose 
25 Canterbury Road, Marblehead 
. 186 Hancock Street, Everett 
. 27 Maple Street, Whitinsville 
115 Salem End Road, Framingham 
5 3 Mill Street, Hamilton 
. 19 Briggs Street, Salem 
. 2 Tuttle Street, Revere 
151 Lincoln Street, Winthrop 
. 49 Fair Oaks Avenue, Lynn 
. 138 Chestnut Street, Chelsea 
5 5 5 North Avenue, Wakefield 
. 3 Orchard Street, Wakefield 
3 5 Beach Bluff Avenue, Swampscott 
528 Charles Street, Fall River 



Corum, Dorothy P. (B) 
Costa, Victoria L. (E) 
Costello, Katherine A. (E) 
Cote, John B. (JH) . 
Cote, Philip W. (JH) 
Coulis, Constance (JH) 
Craven, Jean E. (E) . 
Creilson, John L. (JH) 
Cuffe, Walter A., Jr. (B) 
Cunningham, Mary C. (E) 
Curtis, Joan P. (JH) . 
Dabrieo, John H. (JH) 
Daniels, Anita P. (E) 
Dansker, Sandra E. (E) 
David, Betsy (B) . 
Davis, Ann T. (E) 
Davis, Frederick A. (JH) 
Davis, Jean A. (B) 
DeGregorio, Phyllis A. (E 
Delaney, John D. (JH) 
DeLena, Ronald (E) . 
Dennen, Patricia B. (E) 
DeVere, Patricia A. (E) 
DiCarlo, Albert R. (B) 
Dinkin, Eleanor (B) . 
DiPalma, Maryann J. (B) 
Dodge, Dorothy B. (B) 
Dodge, Raymond P. (JH) 
Dodge, Th^lma D. (E) 
Dolan, Maryanne (E) 
Donovan, Kathryn M. (E) 
Doucot, Louise E. (B) 
Dougan, Nora A. (JH) 
Dougherty, Elizabeth M. (E) 
Dow, Virginia A. (E) . 
Dupras, Margaret A. (B) 
Dycus, Carole R. (E) 
Eagan, Patricia A. (E) 
Emerick, Frances L. (B) 
Emerson, Norma L. (B) 
Enos, Joanne C. (JFf) 
Fahey, Barbara A. (E) 
Falzarano, Frances M. (B 
Fay, John D. (JH) 
Feeney, Kenneth B. (E) 
Ferraro, Sandra H. (JH) 
Finn, Virginia A. (E) 
Finnegan, Joanne I. (E) 
Flammia, Louis P. (B) 
Foley, Patricia A. (E) 
Freda, Patricia (E) 
Freitas, Barbara G. (E) 
Friend, Ann E. (B) 
Gagne, Georgianna E. (JH) 
Gallagher, John E. (JH) . 



42 Pomcworth Street, Stoneham 
Cedar Street, Millis 
94 Redington Street, Swampscott 
40 Manchester Street, Lawrence 
. 212 Canal Street, Salem 
3 2 Lafayette Place, Salem 
5 0 Judson Street, Maiden 
107 Park Street, No. Reading 
1 5 Johnson Street, Lynn 
792 Western Avenue, Lynn 
8 Lookout Terrace, Lynn 
27 Buxton Street, Peabody 
60 Andover Street, Peabody 
. 1 1 Roslyn Street, Salem 
70 Howard Street, Reading 

1 3 Lander Avenue, Lynn 
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. 20 Pine Street, Woburn 
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28 5 Vane Street, Revere 
. 17 Waite Street, Lowell 
12 Lynnmere Avenue, Lynn 
112 Loring Avenue, Salem 
792 Highland Avenue, Medford 



Ganley, Marjorie M. (JH) 
Gauss, Janet S. (E) 
Genna, Arlene A. (E) 
George, Angelo L. (JH) 
Glebus, Carol A. (E) 
Golden, Sallee I. (E) 
Goldstein, Neal A. (JH) 
Gordinier, Virginia M. (JH) 
Gordon, Nancy A. (E) 
Grady, Peter B. (JH) . 
Gray, Arleene M. (E) 
Griffin, Robert P. (JH) 
Guarino, Barbara A. (E) . 
Hackett, Mary E. (B) 
Haggerty, P. (B) 
Hall, Frank A. (B) . 
Hanlon, Louise E. (Mrs.) (E) 
Hanson, Robert W. (B) 
Harrington, Kenneth J. (E) 
Havner, Pollyann (E) 
Haynes, Alexandra M. (Mrs.) (E) 
Hearn, Beverly A. (E) 

HlLENSKI, MARYELLEN (JH) 

Hilyard, John C. (JH) 
Hoffman, John P. (B) 
Hoffman, Robert (JH) 
Hubbard, Ann E. (E) 
Huebner, Russell W. (JH) 
Hurd, Charles E. (E) 
Hurley, Maryann J. (B) 
Iamelli, Albert (JH) 
Jaroszewicz, Julie A. (E) 
Jarvis, Vincent F., Jr. (JH) 
Johns, Edward B. (JH) 
Jones, Elizabeth A. (E) 
Jones, Robert A. (JH) 
Karavetsos, Constantine G. (JH) 
Keane, Vincent P. (JH) 
Kelley, Barbara A. (B) 
Kelley, Robert J., Jr. (B) 
Kielbasa, Joan M. (E) 
Kiley, Mary A. (E) 
Kiley, Robert G. (JH) 
Kramer, Bonnie H. (E) 
Krantz, Judith L. (E) 
Krause, Roberta A. (B) 
LaBelle, Richard A. (E) 
Lada, Marie R. (E) 
Lamphier, Robert J. (JH) 
Langan, Mary E. (E) 
Lattime, Natalie J. (E) 
Leary, Joanne M. (E) 
Leary, Ronald E. (JH) 
LeBrun, Raymond A. (JH) 
Lenzie, Kathleen A. (B) 



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.85 Norton Street, Weymouth 

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75 Woodman Street, Lynn 
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. 47 Church Street, Lynn 
79 Sargent Street, Winthrop 
272 Essex Street, Beverly 
134 Prospect Street, Lynn 
Buttonwood Road, Stoneham 
. 6 Stephen Street, Lynn 
09 Medford Street, Arlington 
. 37 Mason Street, Salem 
. 26 Walter Street, Salem 
. 26 Walter Street, Salem 
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76 Cliff Avenue, Winthrop 
. 3 Moffatt Road, Salem 
154 Grove Street, Haverhill 
210 Cambridge Road, Woburn 
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79 Aborn Street, Peabody 
1 1 Hancock Street, Newburyport 
2 Washington Street, Newburyport 
37 Lexington Street, Lynn 
. 112 Leach Street, Salem 
19 Western Avenue, Lynn 



Leonard, Nancy L. (E) 
Lewey, Brenda L. (E) 
Lewis, Donald F. (JH) 
Logan, Sandra A. (E) 
Loomos, Peter C. (JH) 
Lorenz, Patricia A. (E) 
Lovett, Elizabeth A. (E) 
Maag, Richard (E) 
MacDuff, Priscilla A. (E) 
MacEachern, Margaret D. (E) 
Madden, Joanne M. (E) 
Maginnis, Hugh P. (JH) 
Maguire, Mary C. (E) 
Mahoney, John J., Jr. (JH) 
Mahoney, Mary M. (E) 
Malvey, Maureen T. (B) 
Marchant, Laurence T. (B) 
Marks, Diane C. (B) . 
Marshall, Kathleen A. (B) 
Mason, Dorothy T. (E) 
McCann, James D. (JH) 
McCarty, Maryann T. (JH) 
McDonald, Carol A. (E) . 
McDonough, Edward J. (B) 
McGilvray, Ruth F. (B) 
McGinness, Robert E. (E) . 
McGowan, Geraldine A. (B) 
McMullan, Patricia A. (JH) 
McNiff, Joan\M. (E) . 
Meagher, James M. (JH) 
Medina, Francis J. (JH) 
Merrill, William A. (B) 
Michaud, Patricia A. (E) 
Mitchell, Donna J. (B) 
Mizioch, Kenneth J. (E) 
Moff, Patricia G. (JH) 
Mongiello, Emelia (E) 
Moore, Diane L. (E) . 
Moran, Jane F. (E) 
Morin, Theresa A. (B) 
Moritz, Carolyn M. (E) 
Morris, James F., Jr. (B) 
Mosse, Joanne L. (E) 
Murphy, Jean P. (E) . 
Murphy, Timothy J. (JH) 
Murray, Edward F. (JH) 
Muse, Mary M. (E) 
Myers, Barbara (E) 
Nazzaro, Linda A. (E) 
Neenan, Carol A. (B) 
Nelson, Dorothy A. (B) 
Nickolau, Robert M. (JH) 
Nicolosi, Constance M. (JH) 
Niles, Ellen M. (E) 
Notargiacomo, Maryann (B) 



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12 Park Avenue, Winthrop 
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6 Sunset Road, Salem 
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203 Euclid Avenue, Lynn 
143 Andover Street, Lawrence 
244 Grandview Avenue, Winthrop 
16 Irving Street, Medford 
10 Ray Street, Lynn 
88 Ronald Road, Arlington 
22 Sewall Street, Somerville 
131 Washington Street, Weymouth 
. 3 88 Essex Street, Salem 
8 Columbus Avenue, Newburyport 
5 6 Gorham Street, Somerville 
9 Lynnfield Street, Peabody 

21 Autumn Street, Lynn 
78 Bradbury Avenue, Medford 

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2 5 5 Lexington Avenue, Cambridge 
509 Village Street, Medway 
67 Read Street, Winthrop 
2 5 School Street, Danvers 
. 1 5 Phelps Street, Salem 
. 13 Lorris Road, Peabody 
178 Liberty Street, Lowell 
8 Green Street, Salem 

22 Chatham Street, Lynn 
. 23 Becket Street, Salem 

8 Ware Street, Greenwood 
8 5 Sagamore Street, Lynn 
16 Mountain Avenue, Saugus 
18 573 Littlefield, Detroit 
44 Doyer Avenue, Dracut 
76 Boyles Street, Beverly 
201 Boylston Street, Jamaica Plain 
16 Linden Road, Peabody 
15 Dennison Avenue, Lynn 
1 1 Hourihan Street, Peabody 
221 Russell Street, Everett 
. 14 Bridge Street, Salem 
3 Bloomingdale Street, Chelsea 
49 Revere Street, Revere 
803 Summer Street, Lynn 
5 5 8 Pleasant Street, Norwood 
. 127 Maple Street, Lynn 
16 Arlitt Place, Lawrence 
. 8 Fells Road, Stoneham 
. 449 Main Street, Acton 



O'Connor, Daniel J.. Jr. (JH) . 
O 'Don nell, Edward K., Jr. (JH) 
O 'Don nell, Henry J. Ill (E) 
O'Leary, Ann M. (E) 
O'Neil, Nancy E. (E) 
Osman, Barbara A. (B) 
Ovagimian, Charlotte A. (E) 
Palombo, Dante R., Jr. (E) 
Pardo, Mary G. (E) 
Pavlis, Virginia (E) 
Pechinsky, Constance M. (E) 
Pscuronis, Donna A. (E) . 
Pelletier, Joyce (E) . 
Pennock, Martha A. (E) . 
Perry, Nancy E. (E) . 
Peterson, Barbara M. (E) . 
Pickul, Katherine H. (B) . 
Pigeon, George H., Jr. (B) 
Plecinoga, Marjorie C. (JH) 
Powers, John W. (JH) 
Pratt, William A. (JH) 
Prime, Shirley A. (E) 
Pszenny, Barbara A. (E) 
Raffier, Donald F. (B) 
Randazza, Margaret R. (JH) 
Rapoza, Nancy I. (B) 
Regan, Etna M. (E) . 
Reynolds, John J. (E) 

RlCCIARDIELLO, ANN L. (JH) 

Riley, Robert G. (JH) 
Riordan, Claire L. (E) 
Robinson, Grace L. (E) 
Robinson, Margaret A. (E 
Robinson, Sandra J. (B) 
Rosen, Laura R. (E) . 
Rowe, Nancy E. (E) . 
Rowell, Nancy L. (E) 
Russell, Jean H. (E) 
Russo, Joan (E) 
St. Pierre, Judith A. (JH) 
Sakey, Ruth (Mrs.) (E) 
Sallow ay, Betsey M. (E) 
Saltzman, Charles H., Jr. (JH) 
Samuelson, Richard S. (JH) 
Sannella, Frederick A. (JH) 
Santilli, Anne P. (E) 
Sawyer, Curtis C. (JH) 
Schena, Robert A. (JH) 
Schickling, John J. (E) 
Segal, Judith A. (E) . 
Shaffer, Howard C. (JH) 
Shay, David H. (JH) . 
Sheehan, Ronald F. (JH) 
Shirley, Patricia M. (E) 
Short, Cynthia E. (E) 



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5 Barnes Road, Salem 
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1 1 Buxton Lane, Peabody 
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27 Dorchester Street, Lawrence 
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72 Temple Avenue, Winthrop 
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131 Hart Street, Beverly 
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. 98 School Street, Salem 
5 Brown Street, Salem 
154 Marianna Street, Lynn 
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. 16 Albion Street, Salem 
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. 30 Stone Street, Beverly 
. 45 Sachem Street, Lynn 
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26 Mountain Avenue, Revere 

2 5 Willard Street, Maiden 
24 Coolidge Avenue, Peabody 

27 Fenley Street, Revere 
26 Light Street, Lynn 
. 12 Bassett Street, Lynn 
. 76 Shepard Street, Lynn 
7 Pickett Street, Beverly 
5 Winnegance Avenue, Peabody 
191 Euclid Avenue, Lynn 
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Shortell, Maureen A. (E) 
SrciLiANO, Anita L. (E) 
Sifaneck, John W. (JH) 
Simard, Clara (B) 
Simoneau, Lorraine A. (B) 
Smith, Brenda L. (E) . 
Smith, Donna M. (B) . 
Snow, Shirley M. (Mrs.) (JH) 

SOBIESIELSKA, ALICE T. (B) . 

Soper, David R. (JH) . 
Staid, Eugene P. (JH) 
Streeter, Donald P. (JH) . 
Sullivan, Carol A. (B) 
Sullivan, Margaret A. (B) 
Sullivan, Sandra F. (E) 
Sweeney, Joseph (JH) 
Tache, Philippe L. (E) 
Teague, Roland E., Jr. (B) 
Terra, Mary A. (B) 
Thelen, Myra J. (Mrs.) (E) 
Thompson, Dennis M. (JH) 
Tobin, Thomas H., Jr. (E) . 
Towle, Elizabeth A. (E) 
Travis, Barbara G. (JH) 
Turpin, William T., Jr. (B) 
VanHorne, Lois M. (B) 
VANRrpER, Carol A. (JH) . 
Vasel, John, Jr. (B) . 
Viviani, Anne M. (E) 
Voyer, Valerie L. (B) 
Wetmore, Sandra S. (E) 
Whitcomb, Paula A. (B) 
Williams, Richard J. (JH) 
Wojtowicz, Barbara A. (B) 
Wood, Donna E. (E) . 
Yianak.es, George (JH) 
Zack, Betsy S. (E) 
Zollo, Joanna L. (E) 
Zucco, Roseann (E) . 



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. 26 Main Street, Framingham 
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158 Jenness Street, Lynn 
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148 Maiden Street. Revere 
3 Chase Street, Salem 
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86 Boston Road, Billerica 
134 Quincy Avenue, Winthrop 
20 Waterhov.se Street, Somerville 
. 40 Cherry Street, Lynn 
112 Revere Street, Revere 
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Agganis, George J. (B) 
Alley, Roger J. (E) .... 
Arslanian, Peter J. (JH) . 
Barrasso, Robert A. (JH) . 
Barry, Garrett J. (JH) 
Bassignani, Joannah M. (B) 
Belanger, Albert E. (JH) 
Berg, Chester A. (JH) . . 
Bernard, William J. (B) 
Bourke, William J. (E) 
Brfnnan, Donald P. (B) 
Campbell, David F. (JH) 
Carbone, Paul L. (B) 
Castignoli, Cynthia T. (JH) 



STUDENTS 

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37 Harvard Street, Somerville 
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. 47 Commercial Street, Lynn 
. 3 Rhodes Avenue, Lynn 
23 5 Essex Street, Beverly 
2 50 Burnham Road, Lowell 
. 200 West Church Street, Newton 
127 Shepard Street, Lynn 



Connelly, Kathleen A. (E) 
Cragen, Donald E. (B) .... 
Cronin, Edward J. (B) .... 
Crosby, Raymond A. (JH) 

Cummings, Robert A. (E) 1 

Curry, Martin J. (JH) .... 

DeLena, Dorothy (Mrs.) (JH) 

DiMento, James R. (JH) .... 

Ducharme, Ronald A. (B) 

Duncanson, James (B) .... 

Ectman, Marcia J. (JH) .... 

Fitzpatrick, Mary J. (E) .... 

Fleming, Nancy A. (B) .... 

Hertigan, Charles (JH) .... 

Johnson, Patricia A. (E) .... 

Jones, Ann L. (JH) ..... 

Kelly, Laura E. (Mrs.) (E) 

Kester, Waldemar C. (JH) 

King, Michael P. (JH) .... 

Knight, Elliott L. (JH) .... 

Latour, Frederick A. (JH) 

Lucia, Donald J. (JH) .... 

Mallon, Doris F. (E) ..... 

Mangano, Lorraine R. (JH) 

Manning, Charles F., Jr. (JH) . 

McAllister, Judith H. (JH) 

McBrien, Richard F., Ill (JH) 

McManus, Arthur L., Jr. (JH) . 

Mulcahy, Daniel K. (JH) 

Murray, Edward F. (JH) .... 

Murray, Marjorie (Mrs.) (B) 

Naimo, Frank J. (JH) .... 

Nordin, Margaret A. (JH) 

O'Conor, Thomas P., Jr. (JH) 

O'Donnell, James F. (JH) 

O'Reilly, John J., Jr. (JH) 

Parker, Elizabeth A. (E) .... 

Perry, Ernest J., Jr. (B) .... 

Searfoss, Marion F. (Mrs.) (E) . 

Shay, David H. (JH) 

Smith, Judith H. (Mrs.) (E) 

Sullivan, Daniel F. (B) .... 

Story, William L. (JH) .... 

Trowt, Charles E. (JH) .... 

Vatter, Joseph R. (E) 

Vozella, Lawrence A. (JH) 

Walsh, George D. (E) .... 

Walsh, John E. (JH) 

Warren, James C. (JH) .... 
Winquist, Nancy R. (B) .... 
Zielinski, Edward J. (JH) .... 



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5 3 Pleasant Street, Manchester 
65 Cherry Street, Pittsfield 
8 West Circle, Salem 
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150 Sylvan Street, Danvers 
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. 245 Main Street, Groveland 
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. 29 Broadway, Rockport 
820 Bridge Street, Lowell 
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Manchester Massachusetts 



HAVING A PARTY? 

The most complete line of 
jokes, tricks, and novelties 
will be found at 

DANVERS NEWS AGENCY 

Open till 9:00 Evenings 
in Danvers Square 



JOSEPH R. RICHARD 

Jeweler 

MASTER CERTIFIED 
WATCHMAKER 

Diagonally from St. Joseph's Church 

122 Lafayette St. Salem, Mass. 



Compliments 
of 

HOTEL HAWTHORNE 
Salem 



KUSZMAR'S MARKET 
INC. 

MEATS — FRUITS — GROCERIES 
FREE DELIVERY 
109 Bridge Street Salem 
Tel. PI 4-9717 



PML BL CHAPUT, INC. 

insurance 
NORMAN R. AUGER, President and Treasurer 
Telephone Pioneer 4-0963 
106 Lafayette Street Salem, Mass. 



Merchants- Warren 
National flank of Salem 



SALEM 



MASSACHUSETTS 



PEABODY 



fiaunikeag Zrust Company 

SALEM, MASSACHUSETTS 

The Oldest Banking Institution in Salem 
for Complete Banking Service 

MEMBER OF FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION 
AND THE FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM 



SALEM FIVE 

Cents Savings Bank 



Salem Savings Uank 

'The Bank with the Chime Clock" 



WHEN VACATION COMES 

Keep your Savings Account growing through the summer, so that 
you will have a substantial nest egg in the bank for going back to 
school, or starting your business career. 



JOE GALLO'S 
BRASS RAIL 

SALEM 



PARADISE 

"Inexpensive food at its finest' 
Try our own Ice Cream 
SALEM 



PIZZAS 
ITALIAN DINNERS 

SEA FOODS 
CHOICE BEVERAGES 

BERTINI'S INC. 

286 Canal Street Salem, Mass. 



Compliments of 

HOME MADE ALYCE'S 
ICE CREAM 

23 Delicious Flavors 

Salem, Mass. 



Compliments 

of 
THE 

STANLEY CAFETERIA 
INC. 

Open Daily 5 A.M. - 8 P.M. 
Closed All Day Sunday 

SALEM 
Best Wishes 
from 

TWENTIETH CENTURY 
CLEANSERS 

Mark Zartarian, Prop. 
Newburyport Mass. 



Compliments 
of 

BEVERLY PARK HOTEL 

146 Rantoul Street Beverly, Mass. 



Best of Luck 
from 

TED MALLON and his 
ORCHESTRA 

Salem Massachusetts 



C — r onipl im cuts 

>f 

CIRCLE K CLUB 

SALEM TEACHERS COLLEGE 

"Service to the Community" 



Compliments 
of 

THE ASSOCIATION 
for 

CHILDHOOD EDUCATION 



Best Wishes 



from 



THE COMPASS 



Compliments 
of 

Business Education Council 
State Teachers College 

Salem 



Compliments 
of 

PI OMEGA PI 



C^ompliments 

of 

ELEVEN FRIENDS 

of f/ie 

ELIPPER 



THE STUNNERETTES" 



Casey 

Angie 

Una 

Flossie 

Jeane 



Stella 

Peggy 
Carolyn 
Carty 
McGhoo 



ATTENDANCE 

Absence Sheet 

June 7, 1959 

SENIOR MEN 

Bailey, R. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6. 7 

Burns, D. _ 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 

Brown, F. _ 1,2,3,4,5,6.7 

Hayes, R. .. 1.2, 3, 4, 5, 6. 7 

Dodge, J 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 

Viselli, A 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 



THE "NEBBISHES" 
'Next year we'll get organized" 



Mary W. 
Eileen W. 
Mary B. 
Maureen H. 
Judy R. 



Judi O'N. 
Norma F. 

Cindi C. 
Phyllis C. 
Lorraine L. 



"THE TOADS" 



Phyllis 

Eileen 

Carol 

Elaine 

Kathv 



Diana 
Judy 

Sandy 
Mary 

Eileen 



The BEST to the BEST! 



"THE MATRICULATORS" 



Barb 

Murph 

Helen 

Dababen 

Pat 



Gina 
Clank 
June 
Carolyn 
Ellen 



Best of Luck 
from 

THE SOBOS SIX 



Phyllis 

Ann 

Betty 



Peggy 
Faye 
Ruthie 



CALIFORNIANS — 



"THE CLOCKWATCHERS" 



♦Connie T. 
♦Gladys H. 

Jean G. 
♦Joanne P. 

Ann H. 



*Barbara F. 
♦Barbara S. 
*Beverly N. 

Mary Ann R. 
*Joanne F. 
*and friends 



Sheila B. 
Tina P. 
Marion P. 
Claire M. 
Sally G. 
Kay G. 



Nancy M. 
Ina G. 
Rosalyn B. 
Agnes A. 
Adrienne G.